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Political Viability of the Russia-North Korea-South Korea Gas Pipeline Project: An Analysis of the Role of the U.S.

This research examines the political viability of the Russia-North Korea-South Korea gas pipeline project, which examines the project's political viability. South Korea and Russia could try to gain political help for the initiative before the experiment, when inter-Korean relations were stable, during the test. This nuclear issue began to have significant implications for U. S. stability as North Korea's nuclear status became more evident. In reaction, Washington not only ordered the UN Security Council to enforce tough measures against North Korea, but it also imposed its own sanctions on the region. In addition to these sanctions, the United States sanctions against Russia in 2017 for its participation in the U. S. election and violence against Ukraine also contained provisions that could have impeded its implementation. South Korea and Russia are unable to take any concrete steps to ensure political support for the RNS pipeline initiative unless the United States lifts or eases any of these restrictions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/en12101895


Rapid Spread of Classical Swine Fever Virus among South Korean Wild Boars in Areas near the Border with North Korea

A rapid rise in the number of classical swine fever sero-positive wild boars captured near the demilitarized zone, which is located near North Korea's border. The average CSF serum neutralization antibody titer was 4u221210, and CSFV Ab B-ELISA PI values varied from 65. 5 to 111. 5, depending on the age and sex of wild boars. The rapid rise in CSF in wild boars may be a result of a continuously spreading disease within the hub area and increased population density.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pathogens9040244


From marketization to a market economy in North Korea

In this period of widespread market saturation, Kim Jong-un, North Korea's leader, faces a dilemma between maintaining his tyranty and fostering economic development. Despite putting more emphasis on economic growth than his father did, North Korea is unlikely to initiate Chinese-style change mainly because the political conditions, which determine the intensity of economic reforms, are different from China.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aglobe.2022.100038

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