Two-Minute Take: Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin meet in Russia

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Igor Khrestin
Bradford M. Freeman Managing Director, Global Policy
George W. Bush Institute

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Russia’s Far East today for a summit that lasted over four hours.

Igor Khrestin, the Bradford M. Freeman Managing Director of Global Policy at the George W. Bush Institute, discusses what the historic meeting means for the strategic alliance between Moscow and Pyongyang and the implications it may have on the war in Ukraine.

Read the report from the Bush Institute and the Center for Strategic and International Studies: How China and Russia facilitate North Korea’s human rights abuses.