ट्रम्प–किम वार्ता : कोरिया अब कता ?

दीपक गजुरेल — ट्रम्प–किम वार्ता : कोरिया अब कता ? कसले जित्यो ? अमेरिकाले कि उत्तर कोरियाले ? अब के हुन्छ ? स्थायी शान्ति हुने भयो ? कसरी ? कोरियाली क्षेत्रमा नै यत्रो तनाव किन ? चीन, रुस कहाँ छन् ? Realistic Approach बाट गरिएको रणनीतिक विश्लेषण ।

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