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Kim Possible: Why North Korea's New Strongman Should Quit for His Own Good

Instead of leading his country further into 1984-style dystopia, Kim Jong Un could blaze the trail to North Korean liberalization.

The death of Kim Jong Il, the dictator who ruled North Korea since his father’s death in 1994, leaves a power vacuum at the top of the opaque, erratic, nuclear-armed nation, which is still technically at war with South Korea and the United States after all these years.

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