Charles K. Armstrong and John Barry Kotch say the UN has been a central player in Korean affairs since 1948, and the major powers that are the permanent members of its Security Council have experience in brokering the Iran nuclear deal. Its intervention in the current stand-off between North Korea and the US is sorely needed

UN-led multilateral talks offer the best hope for peace in Korea

Charles K. Armstrong and John Barry Kotch say the UN has been a central player in Korean affairs since 1948, and the major powers that are the permanent members of its Security Council have experience in brokering the Iran nuclear deal. Its intervention in the current stand-off between North Korea and the US is sorely needed

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Charles K. Armstrong and John Barry Kotch say the UN has been a central player in Korean affairs since 1948, and the major powers that are the permanent members of its Security Council have experience in brokering the Iran nuclear deal. Its intervention in the current stand-off between North Korea and the US is sorely needed
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