How the Coronavirus Shows North Korea Doesn’t Matter That Much to America
The National Interest -

Doug Bandow

Security, Asia

It is good that Washington isn’t so easily distracted by Pyongyang’s actions.

The global coronavirus pandemic has swept on after ravaging China. Given geographic proximity and cross-border traffic, North Korea almost certainly is dealing with the disease’s spread despite Pyongyang’s official denials. Perhaps more serious for Pyongyang, however, has been the impact of the health care crisis on America: no one is paying attention to the Democratic People’s Republic of...

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