January 25, 2013

North Korea's Game of Nuclear Brinkmanship

The Guardian, The Guardian

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Ice age is not coming to an end under its young leader, but its nuclear threats will test Beijing's patience to the limit.

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TAGGED: Kim Jong-un, North Korea

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