BMI Research: Asia Monitor: China & North East Asia Monitor: The Key Players To Watch

November 2008
Asia Monitor: China & North East Asia Monitor;Nov2008, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p12
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The article presents a political outlook for the leadership of North Korean leader Kim Jong II. Although the leader has suffered stroke, he has continued to establish good stability in his regime, however, on his death some North Korean leaders have a vested interest in regime stability rather than fighting among themselves which conceives the emergence of a collective leadership. Moreover, it assesses Kim's leadership and his succession affect to the next leadership of the country.


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