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Kim Jong-Un is often portrayed in America as an eccentric, wacky or crazy dictator terrorizing his people. But according to David Kang, head of the Korean Studies Institute at USC, we’re dramatically underestimating the Supreme leader. When viewed as the incoming CEO of big business, Kim just might be not only rational, but astute.
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