It’s been relatively quiet on the Korean Peninsula for the past two years, but is this the calm before the storm? What will North Korea do to ensure it remains a U.S. foreign policy priority if Joe Biden wins the U.S. election? What impact has the coronavirus pandemic had on Kim Jong Un’s regime? And how have North Korea’s relations with China gone from rock bottom to best of friends in just three years? Carnegie Moscow Center’s English-language podcast host Alex Gabuev talks to Myong-Hyun Go, a research fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, about where North Korea is headed.

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This publication was made possible by a grant from the Korea Foundation.

  • Alexander Gabuev
  • Myong-Hyun Go