In an article for Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore's largest Chinese-language newspaper, Wilson Center Fellow Atsuhito Isozaki analyzes the trends of the Kim Jong-Un regime, comparing it to the former administration. While his father had close relatives, advisors, and even his former Japanese sushi chef, all of whom would recount the extent of his absolute power and ruling style, no similar witnesses have emerged to recount Kim Jong-Un's exercise of power. Therefore we misread the administration more often.

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