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December 19, 2011 2:45 PM

North Korea, in transition, could draw further into shell

With the passing of North Korean strongman Kim Jong Il, experts said Monday, the nuclear-armed nation is likely to retreat into greater seclusion from the world while the political transition sorts itself out. North Koreans are as unfamiliar with the successor, Kim Jong Un, as the rest of the world is.

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