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.
by Shyron E Shenko 14 months ago
Is Kim Jong Un trying to goad the USA into attacking North Korea, so he can say we started the WWIIIIs one bully goading the other bully into tit-for-tat. The dweeb of North Korea says he is going to bomb Guam and the dweeb of the USA says he will be met with ‘Fire and Fury’ on and on the...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
well the bad man is dead...so now what happens?His son takes over...should we worry?CBS News correspondent Celia Hatton reports news of Kim's death was met with a flood of televised emotion in North Korea, as state TV showed orderly columns of state officials weeping dramatically, and ordinary...
by Don W 18 months ago
I'm struggling to keep up with all this. Is Trump really planning to attack North Korea if they do another nuclear test? Is it seriously being considered as a possibility? Or is it just sabre rattling? And is this type of brinksmanship the best approach to foreign policy?
by Jack Lee 14 months ago
It appears that we are at another crucial point in history. In the 1980s, Reagan faced a similar threat in Soviet Union. He negotiated and ended the cold war and took down the Soviet empire without firing a shot. In 2017, it appears President Trump has a similar challenge. If he can negotiate an...
by crankalicious 4 months ago
Has anyone else noticed this?President Trump is closer to and has more praise for Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-Un, Rodrigo Duterte, and Xi Jinping than he is/does with Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau, and Emmanuel Macron.That seems extremely strange and perhaps, not a good thing for U.S. foreign policy.
by Iontach 5 years ago
Every day I refresh my "North Korea" search on Goolge news, but always the same ol' story. "North Korea threatens to attack bla bla bla...". I wonder will leader Kim Jong Un actually do carry out any of his proposed threats. Possibly he is just talking the talk as to strengthen...
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