Bang Goes Pyongyang

Halper, Stefan
January 2003
American Spectator;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on the defense industry of North Korea. Nuclear warheads of North Korea; Foreign aids that helped the North Korean economy; Suggestions on how the U.S. can deal with North Korea.


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