A New Era In N. Korea, Yet Little Has Changed

Sunday, January 1, 2012 at 8:00 AM
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It's been only three days since the funeral for North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. In that time, his son, Kim Jung Un, has been elevated to the rank of supreme commander of the North Korean army, which has vowed to defend him to the death. Meanwhile, North Korea has issued a series of scathing attacks on the government of South Korea. NPR's Mike Shuster reports it all looks like business as usual.



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