A Neighborly Concern: Russia’s Evolving Approach to Korean Problems

North Korea’s most recent nuclear test and “satellite launch” changed the Korean peninsula’s political landscape more than Pyongyang had probably anticipated, partly due to Moscow’s stronger-than-usual official criticism. The Kremlin explicitly protested the launch, asserting that Pyongyang had “ignored the global community’s appeals and [had] again demonstrated provocative disregard of international law.” Going further, Russia […]

A Neighborly Concern: Russia’s Evolving Approach to Korean Problems is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS.

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