Sung-Yoon Lee, a fellow at the Wilson Center, analyzes the potential impact of the upcoming U.S. presidential election on DPRK's foreign policy and presents policy recommendations for the international community to address the regime's human rights violations. Lee emphasizes that as Russia and China's unrestrained support for North Korea emboldens Kim Jong Un, the international community must establish effective "penalty" to deter North Korean provocation. Within this framework, Lee calls for stronger sanctions enforcement and the development of mechanisms to hold North Korean regime accountable for its "man-made" food crisis.



Sung-Yoon Lee_is a fellow at the Wilson Center.



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