In North Korea, the possibilities run the gamut from an implosion and collapse along the lines of Romania to an explosion



Robert A. Manning : senior fellow at the Atlantic Council
The world has treated North Korea's coming collapse as an inevitability for years. "In North Korea, the possibilities run the gamut from an implosion and collapse along the lines of Romania to an explosion," wrote Robert A. Manning, now a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council in the Fall 1993 issue of World Policy Journal.
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