North Korean Tantrums, Russian Geopolitical Dilemmas and De-escalation

Kipp, Jacob W.
December 2010
Eurasia Daily Monitor;12/8/2010, Vol. 7 Issue 219, p1
The article focuses on the political and economic conditions in North Korea. It mentions the challenges encountered by the North Korean government in dealing with political and economic crises as well as geopolitical issues and Wikileaks disclosure. It cites the intervention of Russian and Chinese governments on the country's nuclear dilemma. North Korea's relations with South Korea is also noted.


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