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How North Korea-Mongolia relations have jump-started the Korean Peninsula peace process

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Title:How North Korea-Mongolia relations have jump-started the Korean Peninsula peace process
Authors:Campi, Alicia
Date Issued:20 Feb 2019
Publisher:Washington, DC : East-West Center
Series:Asia Pacific bulletin;no. 457
Indo-Pacific relations with North Korea in 2019;
Abstract:Alicia Campi, President of The Mongolia Society, explains that "Envisioning Mongolia as a "New Helsinki," former President Elbegdorj made a four-day state visit to Pyongyang in 2013 to offer his country as a potential facilitator between North Korea, South Korea, Japan, and the United States."
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Pages/Duration:2 p.
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/61753
Appears in Collections: Asia Pacific Bulletin


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