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Big ideas: On North Korean loyalty, streetcars and missing workers

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Nicholas Eberstadt for Aeideas: Throughout its checkered history, North Korea has always broken international rules and violated international norms as it pleased -- more or less whenever Pyongyang deemed doing so to be to its own advantage. But at the same time, North Korean leadership has always adhered its own internal set of rules and norms: what we might call the “North Korean code of...

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