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Korean reunification growing more likely: Bremmer

North and South Korean officials meet in this photo, provided by the South Korean Ministry of Unification, amid global attention to whether the day will come when the two Koreas will be reunited.

TOKYO -- After nearly 70 years of separation, a reunification of North and South Korea could be just around the corner.

     That is the prediction from Ian Bremmer, the founder and president of political risk research and consulting company Eurasia Group of the U.S. It is a view worth considering given his company's track record: A review of Eurasia's top 10 risks for 2014, announced in January, reveals many of those predictions have already come to pass.

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