September 30, 2016

Will Kim Jong-un Exploit U.S. and South Korean Elections?

By Patrick Cronin

Over the next two years, the tenuous status quo on the Korean Peninsula, never far from chaos, will be acutely challenged by the convergence of democratic transitions in the United States and South Korea, coupled with the imminence of North Korea’s deployment of nuclear-tipped missiles. How an emboldened Kim Jong-un exploits these near-term trends could plunge the Korean Peninsula into war or push it to the precipice of peace.


To read the full op-ed, visit The National Interest website.

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