From Moscow to Pyongyang: How Russia’s anger toward West drove it to North Korea | NK News
June 17, 2024
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From Moscow to Pyongyang: How Russia’s anger toward West drove it to North Korea

Russia began to reengage the DPRK around turn of millennium, but decades of effort have only recently born fruit

Editor’s note: This is the fifth and final 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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