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How North Korea Became a Crisis

Jun 19, 2017 | 30 videos
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North Korea is an insulated rogue state that will do anything to survive. To understand how the standoff between Pyongyang and the world became so dire, it helps to go back to the founding of North Korea nearly 70 years ago, explains Mark Bowden in this short video.  

Authors: Daniel Lombroso, Jackie Lay, Mark Bowden

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