Russian-South Korean relations have warmed and cooled several times in the five years since diplomatic ties were established. Both sides are now trying to bring back harmonious relations, and the countries may be entering a new stage of realism and constructive partnership after years of disillusionment by IN-SUNG LEE MANY IN SEOUL AGREE THAT THE […]

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