Don't Rule Out a North Korean People's Revolt Against Kim Jong-un

The trouble with a dictatorship such as Kim Jong-un's is that whatever traditional diplomatic or trade steps other countries take -- sanctions, public shaming, even threats -- do not seem to work. His regime keeps shooting missiles and threatening the world, and especially the U.S., with nuclear annihilation.

The main reason traditional ways of dealing with the crisis do not work is that Kim Jong-un and his acolytes in power do not give a damn about ordinary North Koreans. That's the essence of a dictatorship: the dictator cannot be voted out of power, so the dictator does not need to pay attention to public opinion....736 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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