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June 13, 2024

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Anthony V. Rinna

Anthony V. Rinna

Anthony V. Rinna is a Senior Editor with the Sino-NK research group. He's lived in South Korea since 2014.

Analysis

After the Kim-Putin summit, what next for North Korea-Russia ties?

The Vladivostok meeting likely widened the gap between Moscow and Washington on DPRK issues

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaMay 14, 2019
Analysis

First steps: what the Kim-Putin summit means for DPRK-Russia ties

Despite positive start to personal relations, much work remains on the key issues

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaApril 26, 2019
Analysis

What to expect from a long-awaited Kim-Putin summit

Though the two have plenty to discuss, stalled nuclear diplomacy limits what can actually be achieved

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaApril 22, 2019
Analysis

After months of speculation, will Kim Jong Un finally visit Russia?

Talk of a pending summit must be read in the context of a two-decade long effort to rebuild ties

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaApril 7, 2019
Analysis

Why a delegation of Russian senators in Pyongyang is worth watching

A visit to the DPRK by a group of senior lawmakers hints at greater cooperation in the coming months

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaMarch 21, 2019
Analysis

As North Korea-U.S. talks stall, could Russia step in?

Though summit outcomes were likely disappointing, it's business as usual for the Kremlin

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaMarch 8, 2019
Analysis

The view from the Kremlin: what Russia wants from the second U.S.-DPRK summit

Moscow welcomes improving ties, though fears being marginalized as talks progress

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaFebruary 26, 2019
Analysis

Setting expectations for Hanoi? North Korea at the Munich Security Conference

The high-profile meeting saw regional players stake out their positions ahead of the second summit

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaFebruary 19, 2019
Analysis

Why Russian lawmakers are working to build ties with North Korea

A meeting in Moscow this week shed some light on how parliamentarians hope to work with Pyongyang

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaFebruary 12, 2019
Analysis

North Korea and Russia: what to expect in the coming months

Keeping a low-profile may best serve Moscow's interests — at least for now

Anthony V. RinnaAnthony V. RinnaJanuary 20, 2019