Search: Korean Peninsula,North Korea (12 materials)


Are Sanctions Conducive to Korean Settlement?

... cooperation between the North and the South is terminated Since the beginning of 2019, the solution to the nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula and the issues of providing security assurances for the DPRK have made no progress. Despite several important ... ... regard, but also the United States, counting on the resumption of negotiations and so far refraining from harsh reaction. So far, North Korea has not been actively implementing its nuclear program. The Panel of Experts of the UN Security Council Committee ...


Prospects of Resolving the Korean Nuclear Problem

... accordingly, there is no more need for the United Nations Command in Korea. As for the U.S. forces in Korea, their presence should be regulated solely by intergovernmental agreements between South Korea and the U.S. Peace treaty The peace treaty on the Korean Peninsula should be signed by the two independent sovereign states, North Korea and South Korea, possibly with guarantees provided by the five permanent members of the UN Security Council: Russia, China, the U.S., the UK, and France. In connection with the inter-Korean summits of 2019, the question arose several times ...


Russia-South Korea Roundtable on the Situation with the Korean Peninsula

... and the Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Korea took part in the discussion. The round table was moderated by Woo Yun Keun, Ambassador of South Korea. The discussion focused on various dimensions of the issues of eliminating nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula, including the state and prospects of the U.S.-North Korean negotiations, the role of multilateral formats, and the positions of Russia, China, and South Korea on security issues in North-East Asia. Additionlally, the discussion touched upon the issues of the development of an expert-analytical dialog ...


Trump — Kim Summit: A Gamble beyond Optics

... some realities do emerge, which will indicate that it is beginning of a great gamble by both sides. This issue had crossed the limit of being a bilateral one and it impacts other stakeholders as well, hence this may not be the last call on peace of Korean Peninsula. In real terms North Korea continues to be saddled with continued economic sanctions and US continues to be suspicious of implementation of the complete, irreversible, verifiable denuclearization, hence will lift sanctions only ‘when nukes are no longer an issue’....


Not Just for Christmas

... implementation . Markets for arms transfers remain open to the North in Asia, Africa and Latin America; the interdiction of illicit cargo remains weak in practice. This regime will continue to be significant even if peace prevails. If a final settlement allows North Korea to retain its nuclear capabilities, then it is imperative that the international community continues to monitor and interdict proliferation streams. Otherwise, the Korean peninsula might become the nexus for global nuclear proliferation. In hindsight, the truce of 1914 was not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning. Likewise, the truce of 2018 is only the first stage in a prolonged, multi-part process....


Northeast Asia Security Problems: The Korean Dimension–2017

... resolve the nuclear problem of the Korean Peninsula for the benefit of the US. The sanction-type measures are being imposed on Chinese companies for their trade with the DPRK. The second aspect is connected with deployment of the ABM THAAD elements on the Korean Peninsula: while it is described formally as the ABM defense, in the regional context such actions not so much reduce but rather increase tensions. The presence of the ABM tempts North Korea to strike first and to try to evade a retaliation blow. Thus South Korea happened to be involved in the US–North Korean confrontation. The probability that the North Korean problem would be resolved by force has grown. Through its chief ...


Hwasong-15 Missile: What's Next?

... relations between the DPRK and South Korea. The success here can be achieved only with the simultaneous solution of both tasks, namely, the freezing of North Korea's military nuclear program with its subsequent cessation, and political detente on the Korean peninsula. The resolutions adopted by the UN Security Council on North Korean nuclear and missile tests are rather tough. Nevertheless, there should not be an unreasonably broad interpretation of the stipulated articles and the adoption of new more stringent sanctions. The UN Security Council's resolutions cannot be ...


With Zero Fatalism about North Korea

... of the international community should now be directed to an immediate start of a direct dialogue with Pyongyang on the whole range of issues related to ensuring regional security, including, of course, the establishment of nuclear-free status of the Korean peninsula. As noted, there has been experience of constructive interaction with the North Korean leadership. Russia and China have come forward with a joint initiative to resolve the issues of the Korean peninsula, including the nuclear issue, for the sake of lasting peace and stability in Northeast Asia. This initiative might become ...


What is the Difference between Sanctions against China and Sanctions against Russia?

... will again condemn nuclear tests as it unanimously criticized the recent missile launches. However, current events reveal contradictions between key players. Chinese and Russian companies have already been subjected to US sanctions for their ties with North Korea. The Americans want to force China and Russia to show great energy in pressure on North Korea and consider sanctions against them as one of the key measures. The further escalation from Pyongyang risks causing unintended consequences - escalation ...


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