N. Korea's Kim Jong-Il did not like the looks of residents near China border

Jong-Heon, Lee
August 2011
East-Asia-Intel Reports;8/17/2011, p9
The article reports on the efforts of North Korea to block foreign influences spreading from South Korea through China. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il has described North Korea's border region with China as a delinquent area of capitalism. He has sent out investigators to clamp down on any behaviors deviating from socialist and self-reliant ideological principles. South Korean officials have said that North's desperate efforts show its concern about any possible popular civil uprising.


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