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Employing Russian smugglers and deploying hackers: How North Korea plans to duck latest sanctions
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Tuesday, 12 September 2017
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Kim Jong Un is looking to duck a new round of harsh economic sanctions with a two-pronged attack that involves employing the help of Russian smugglers and deploying its hacker army to secure cryptocurrency. The implementation of North Korea’s new strategy casts further doubt on whether financial....

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