Published on Jul 21, 2012 by RussiaToday
It's one of the most secretive nations on earth, where many would say nothing's changed for decades, and life is lived in a communist time warp. But while the winds of change aren't exactly blowing full-strength in North Korea, a new era could be on the horizon. This week the country's military chief was suddenly sacked. And now, reports are emerging that major economic and agricultural reforms are pending. Independent journalist Nile Bowie believes Pyongyang should be encouraged, but not pressured to open up to South Korea.
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