N. Korea Criticizes Japan's Spy Satellite Launch Two days after Japan launches two spy satellites, North Korea condemns the act as hostile and warns the move could spark a new arms race in northeast Asia. NPR's Liane Hansen talks to William Clark, president of the Japan Society, and James Lilley, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea.
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N. Korea Criticizes Japan's Spy Satellite Launch

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N. Korea Criticizes Japan's Spy Satellite Launch

N. Korea Criticizes Japan's Spy Satellite Launch

N. Korea Criticizes Japan's Spy Satellite Launch

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Two days after Japan launches two spy satellites, North Korea condemns the act as hostile and warns the move could spark a new arms race in northeast Asia. NPR's Liane Hansen talks to William Clark, president of the Japan Society, and James Lilley, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea.