TOKYO | Kim’s charm offensive may benefit his army if sanctions ease

TOKYO — While raising hopes for denuclearization and a peace treaty to finally end the Korean War, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s newly found focus on diplomacy comes with an ironic flipside: It could be a godsend for his generals. Kim’s thinking …
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