Russia, China, and the Indo-Pacific: An Interview With Dmitri Trenin
By Jongsoo Lee
“Russia has ‘pivoted’ to itself, as a major independent player, with China its key strategic partner.”
Did Kim’s Vladivostok Visit Reshape Russia-North Korea Relations?
By Niall Gray
A year after Kim Jong Un’s first summit with Putin, where do Russia-North Korea relations stand?
What Their Ever-Changing ‘Consultations’ Tell Us About China-Russia Relations
By Sunjae Kim and Taeho Kim
The vice-ministerial talks touch on THAAD, the Korean Peninsula, and (implicitly) soft balancing.
Takeaways From the Long-Awaited Russia-North Korea Summit
By Anna Kireeva and Liudmila Zakharova
Russia is moving to assert its diplomatic, strategic, and economic interests on the Korean Peninsula.
Putin: North Korea Is Ready to Denuclearize – If It Gets Guarantees
By Vladimir Isachenkov and Eric Talmadge
The Russian president said he will discuss his meeting with Kim Jong Un with Chinese and U.S. officials.
The Wisdom of Moscow’s Equidistant Koreas Policy
By Anthony V. Rinna
The Kremlin's balanced Koreas policy contrasts with that of its two great power peers, China and the United States.