February 26, 2024
Opinion

How Russia and South Korea could work together on North Korea

The next South Korean president could find an unlikely ally against the DPRK in Vladimir Putin

As South Koreans prepare to go to the polls on May 9, many feel that Seoul is becoming increasingly sidelined in multilateral discussions over the question of North Korea's security provocations.

As South Korea increasingly feels that it must pursue a course in North Korea policy that is more independent of the United States, Russia also seeks a greater role on the Korean Peninsula. 

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