A New Generation Takes Power In Northeast Asia

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Scott Snyder, senior fellow for Korea studies, Council on Foreign Relations

Within the past year, North Korea, China, Japan and South Korea have all elected new leadership. The shifting powers in Northeast Asia have major implications for a region the includes three of the world's major economies.

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