The armed forces of North Korea
I.B. Tauris, 2001 - 375 páginas
Despite frequent predictions of imminent collapse, the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea continues to pose a threat to South Korea. The armed forces continue to be the core of the regime, deploying formidable paramilitary and internal security forces against its own people, maintaining a wide network of intelligence services throughout the region and developing an arsenal of weapons of mass destruction. The Armed Forces of North Korea provides a detailed account of the links between the regime and the forces, and then describes each wing: air, naval, ground forces, paramilitary, internal security, and intelligence reviews.
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