Exasperated Neighbors Wish Regime Collapse for North Korea

Shim Jae Hoon
October 2016
YaleGlobal Online;10/25/2016, p1
The article discusses the disappointments of the neighboring countries of North Korea, particularly the South Korea, on the continued move of North Korea in conducting nuclear and missile tests. Topics mentioned include the efforts of South Korea in strengthening ties with the U.S. and Japan, the call of the South Korean dignitaries for China to help on the collapse of North Korea and the impatient move of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for the country to be recognized as a nuclear state.


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