On Tuesday, North Korea pardoned two American journalists – Laura Ling and Euna Lee – after former President Bill Clinton made an unannounced visit to the country and held a series of high-level talks. The two were arrested in March while reporting along the border of China and North Korea.
Charles Armstrong, a professor of Korean studies and director of the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University, joins Martin Savidge to discuss North Korea’s motives in releasing the two Americans.
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