There has been little change since the Korean peninsula was divided 50 years ago. But with the death of North Korea's strongman president Kim Il Sung and this spring's nuclear crisis defused, there may be a window of opportunity for improving relations. James Palais, director of the Center for Korean Studies at the University of Washington discusses the relationship between two Koreas today and why reunification is unlikely.
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