The most exclusive party on the planet this week won't take place on some former senate candidate's yacht or even in a celebrity's backyard. It will take place — well no one knows where it's going to be, really, except somewhere in North Korea. What is for sure — and what everyone beyond diplomatic circles should know full well — is that the impending conference of the Workers' Party, which is supposed to happen every five years but has taken thirty in this kind of upside-down country, will have implications the world over. Dangerous ones.
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