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Outsiders consider possibility of chaos in North Korea


Korea Summit Press Pool via AP

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a guestbook next to his sister Kim Yo Jong inside the Peace House at the border village of Panmunjom in Demilitarized Zone in April 2018.

TOKYO - North Korea's collapse has been predicted - wrongly- for decades.

Some said it would happen after fighting ended in the Korean War in 1953. Others thought it would be during a 1990s famine or when national founder Kim Il Sung died in 1994. And when the death of his son, Kim Jong Il, thrust a little-known 20-something into power in 2011, some felt the end was near.


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