February 28, 2024
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From Moscow to Pyongyang: A new Russia turns its back on North Korea

Collapse of the Soviet Union led to breakdown in political and trade ties, but this state of affairs would not last

Editor’s note: This is the fourth article in a multipart series examining the history of North Korea’s relationship with the Soviet Union and Russia and what it reveals about bilateral ties today.


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