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In this blog, we report on developments that we believe are germane to the larger security dynamics on the Korean peninsula and the political changes associated with succession. Our objective is to provide insight and information on the complex constraints the North Korean leadership faces, which are by no means limited to the nuclear issue or the continuity in the political system but reach to the changing nature of North Korean society and economy.
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