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March 10, 2000 | JIM MANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the last few years, the common assumption among U.S. defense officials was that North Korea's million-strong army was deteriorating, a victim of the country's dire economic plight. Not so, it turns out. To the surprise of U.S. officials, North Korea has in recent months carried out extensive military exercises--raising politically charged questions about how international food aid to the Communist regime in Pyongyang is being used. Adm. Dennis Cutler Blair, the commander in chief of U.S.
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March 10, 2000 | JIM MANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the last few years, the common assumption among U.S. defense officials was that North Korea's million-strong army was deteriorating, a victim of the country's dire economic plight. Not so, it turns out. To the surprise of U.S. officials, North Korea has in recent months carried out extensive military exercises--raising politically charged questions about how international food aid to the Communist regime in Pyongyang is being used. Adm. Dennis Cutler Blair, the commander in chief of U.S.
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