Where Biden’s top foreign policy picks stand on North Korea
Antony Blinken is chosen as secretary of state, while Jake Sullivan is Biden's pick for national security adviser
As the Jan. 20, 2021 inauguration draws closer, President-elect Joe Biden will continue to name key White House and Cabinet officials that will shape the future of U.S. policy towards North Korea.
Antony Blinken and Jake Sullivan are two of his latest picks, with Blinken serving as secretary of state and Sullivan as national security adviser. Both worked in foreign policy under the Obama administration: Blinken as deputy national security adviser from 2013 to 2015 and as deputy secretary of state from 2015 to 2017, and Sullivan as then-Vice President Biden’s national security adviser.
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