Asian analyst Gordon Chang speaks extensively with radio host Frank Gaffney of the Center For Security Policy about the future of North Korea and of the whole region, now that Kim Jong-Il has died. Will his successor, Kim Jong-Un, be able to keep the reins of power or will he be toppled by the army? How will China react to any significant change within the regime? Will Kim Jong-Il’s death set in motion the conditions leading a second North Korean War? If North Korea opens up a little bit toward the western way of life, will it stir significant changes in China? Will then Beijing be able to handle them or will they precipitate a premature collapse of the Communist Party? These are some of the questions that Gordon Chang explores here with Frank Gaffney.