Reds on the rocks

Strasser, Steven; Chong, Lee Pyung
September 1996
Newsweek;9/30/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 14, p40
States that North Korea launched a botched commando mission to South Korea in September 1996. The breakdown off the coast of South Korea of a North Korean submarine that was apparently on some kind of spy mission; Confession of Lee Kwang Soo, a junior North Korean officer; South Korea's nervousness and the economic and environmental strife in North Korea.


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