Crisis and new political agenda for the Korean Peninsula and the regional powers. V. Mikheev, A. Fedorovsky, eds. Moscow: IMEMO, 2018. 32 p.
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ISBN 978-5-9535-0528-4

DOI 10.20542/978-5-9535-0528-4

The report reviews fundamental reasons, main features and consequences of the political crisis with regard to the Korean peninsula in the context of North Korean missile and nuclear programs. It presents an assessment of domestic political and economic processes in DPRK after Kim Chen Un’s coming to power. Analysis covers Pyongyang’s key foreign policy priorities, commonalities and differences between the Republic of Korea and regional powers (China, Russia, USA and Japan) regarding key issues of missile and nuclear crisis, prospects for multinational cooperation to maintain peace and security on the Korean peninsula. 


Keywords: North Korean | nuclear programs | Republic of Korea | nuclear crisis |

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