Lack of U.S. Embassy Barrier To Diplomacy

November 27th, 2012
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by Sabrin Kassam

The lack of a U.S. embassy in North Korea is a barrier to diplomacy between Pyongyang and Washington DC,  said a retired British diplomat who represented the UK in the DPRK in 2002.  Dr. James Hoare,the UK’s former Charge D’Affaires to Pyongyang and a current Senior Teaching Fellow at SOAS, was speaking

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