In this Aug. 24, 2016, file photo, TV screens in Seoul show footage of a North Korea missile that North Korea claimed to have launched from a submarine. For nearly 70 years, the three generations of the Kim family have run North Korea with an absolute rule that tolerates no dissent. The ruling family has devoted much of the country's scarce resources to its military but has constantly feared Washington is intent on destroying the authoritarian government. Photo: AP
Peter Guy
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Mind the Gap by Peter Guy

The US, China are more aligned on North Korea than previously known, Clinton’s speech shows

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In this Aug. 24, 2016, file photo, TV screens in Seoul show footage of a North Korea missile that North Korea claimed to have launched from a submarine. For nearly 70 years, the three generations of the Kim family have run North Korea with an absolute rule that tolerates no dissent. The ruling family has devoted much of the country's scarce resources to its military but has constantly feared Washington is intent on destroying the authoritarian government. Photo: AP
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