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PBS NewsHour | How Does North Korea Stay So Secretive? | PBS

Duration: 06:17
Program: PBS NewsHour #10223
Broadcast Date: Dec. 20, 2011

The fact that U.S. intelligence apparently didn't notice the death of Kim Jong-il for 48 hours is a demonstration of how impenetrable North Korea continues to be. Margaret Warner discusses the mysterious nation with former senior CIA and State Department intelligence analyst Robert Carlin, now at Stanford University.

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Post Date: December 20, 2011