Kim Jong-Il, leader of North Korea, is now deceased. It's unsure who will take over.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/12/ … 5B20111219
Who knows how that'll affect North Korea (and the rest of the world)...
Either the communist party elects the future leader, either it became a dictatorship and therefore his son takes the reins of the party.
His son will be taking over. Now is the time to work on improving the situation in one manner or another before the country becomes even more unstable and unpredictably dangerous.
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