[ap-intact] COMMENTARY: Should North Korea look to China for a model in tackling corruption?

“In this [article], I’ll try to shine a light on some of the detrimental net effects of corruption in North Korea in order to assess whether a crackdown can even be considered a worthwhile or necessary endeavor. To understand the essential role that bribery, graft, and kickbacks play in contemporary North Korea, I'll also go back in time to discern how they became the standard operating procedure.”

Read the op-ed by Jonathan Corrado, in Daily NK. http://www.dailynk.com/english/read.php?num=13071&cataId=nk03600.

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