It’s been five months since the DPRK conducted its fourth nuclear test, and over 100 days since the United Nations Security Council approved new sanctions on the nation. Foreign ministers from South Korea and Russia have presented a united front, calling for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula after an official meeting in Moscow. Will the remarks increase pressure on the DPRK? Alexander Gabuev of Carnegie’s Moscow Center, Yang Xiyu of the China Institute of International Studies and Lee Tai-Hwan of the Sejong Institute take a deeper look.
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