The Two Koreas in 2012: Dramatic Change on the Horizon

October 2011
Foreign Policy in Focus;10/12/2011, p4
The article reports on the expected changes on the Korean peninsula in 2012 resulting from the elections in South Korea and the leadership transition in North Korea.


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