Kaplan’s Badly-Framed Glasses on DPRK

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Robert D. Kaplan comes up close (via Coming Anarchy’s North Korea, the Next Iraq?) but ultimately not so nearly as compelling and provocative as Victor D. Cha.China also has good reasons for not wanting to see the kind of North-South Korean conglomerate that might ultimately emerge from collapse. Reunification of the Korean Peninsula would be, […]

Robert D. Kaplan comes up close (via Coming Anarchy’s North Korea, the Next Iraq?) but ultimately not so nearly as compelling and provocative as Victor D. Cha.China also has good reasons for not wanting to see the kind of North-South Korean conglomerate that might ultimately emerge from collapse. Reunification of the Korean Peninsula would be, […]



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