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While the world’s attention has been focused elsewhere, North Korea remains a threat, and it’s not going away by itself. In the month of January alone, the country conducted seven ballistic missile tests.

  • Andrew Yeo, senior fellow and SK-Korea Foundation Chair in the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution, and professor at The Catholic University of America, said there is not much the United States can do right now about the North Korea threat as the country has ignored the Biden administration’s offers to meet.
  • Yeo said he recommends the U.S. continue working with allies, specifically Japan and South Korea, and potentially try a more personal approach with Kim Jong Un.
  • He said it is possible that the strict border lockdowns North Korea has imposed because of Covid-19 could increase famine and lead the country to seek outside assistance.

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