Armed Forces And Government Spending

January 2012
North Korea Defence & Security Report;2012, p81
Industry Profile
The article focuses on the armed forces and government spending of North Korea. It cites the substantial military force and defense budget of North Korea and the gradual incorporation of the use of special forces to infiltrate enemy territory through unconventional methods into North Korean war plans. The sources of political tensions between North and South Korea, the nuclear policy of North Korea, and the increased military cooperation of South Korea, U.S. and Japan are also discussed.


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