How Russia and the US could work together on North Korea denuclearization
Moscow and Washington would need to improve their relationship and tightly coordinate on DPRK sanctions
U.S. President Joe Biden recently declared that, despite the raft of issues in Russia-U.S. relations, denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula remains an issue of mutual interest for both Moscow and Washington.
Biden’s position demonstrates a recognition of the necessity of Russia and the U.S.’ ability to coordinate in order to both formulate a response at the U.N. Security Council in the event of another major North Korean weapons test, as well as revive multilateral diplomacy over Korean security.
However, any hope for Russia-U.S. policy coordination over Korean security in
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