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China Increasingly Uneasy With North Koreai
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May 10, 2013 7:30 PM
North Korea this week renewed its recent series of threats, saying there would be "immediate counteractions" should anything go awry with a series of joint military drills between the United States and South Korea. Much of Pyongyang's fiery rhetoric, however, has softened in recent weeks. VOA's Jeff Seldin takes a look at what may be persuading Pyongyang to, at least for now, change course.

China Increasingly Uneasy With North Korea

Published May 10, 2013

North Korea this week renewed its recent series of threats, saying there would be "immediate counteractions" should anything go awry with a series of joint military drills between the United States and South Korea. Much of Pyongyang's fiery rhetoric, however, has softened in recent weeks. VOA's Jeff Seldin takes a look at what may be persuading Pyongyang to, at least for now, change course.


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