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'Precarious' succession following Kim Jong-il's death

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The communist leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-il, has died aged 69.

Jasper Kim, Professor of International Studies at Ewah Women's University in Seoul, reflects on the implications for his successor, his son, Kim Jong-un.


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