„No ally is better than one’s own race.“

—  Kim Young-sam, As quoted in "What the West gets wrong about North Korea’s motives, and why some South Koreans admire the North" http://theconversation.com/what-the-west-gets-wrong-about-north-koreas-motives-and-why-some-south-koreans-admire-the-north-83639 (8 September 2017), The Conversation
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politico sudcoreano 1927 - 2015

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