January 2012
Geo-Strategy Direct;1/11/2012, p6
The article reports that China has warned the U.S. and countries in Asia to not meddle in the unfolding transition of power in North Korea. It warned that any pressure on the new Pyongyang regime could lead instability in the region. China is concerned that the North Korean supremo, 27-year-old Kim Jong-Un, is inexperienced and that his regime could collapse or fracture.


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