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PBS NEWSHOUR

Implications of Hostile Action From North Korea

  • Aired: 04/12/2013
  • 07:30
  • Rating: NR
Simmering tensions between the Koreas raises concerns of what will come next. Margaret Warner talks with Patrick Cronin of Center for a New American Security and retired Marine Lt. Gen. Chip Gregson Jr., a former assistant secretary of defense, about past conflicts with North Korea and how the U.S. might respond in the future.
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