Mar 09, 2018

"The Country I Saw," or "How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love North Korea’s Bomb (Almost)"

Jeffrey Lewis and Hanah Rhee discuss four sequels to the 1988 propaganda film, "The Country I Saw," a fictional story of how one unassuming Japanese professor of international relations learns to stop worrying and love North Korea’s bomb.

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