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Opinion: Has China really backed down over South Korea missile shield row?

S.China Morning Post Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
China and South Korea’s foreign ministries released coordinated statements at the end of last month announcing they would move to repair their once fast-improving relationship. Back in 2016 – after the United States and South Korea decided that US Forces Korea would deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defence shield system in South Korea – relations between Beijing and Seoul fell off a cliff. US ‘moving forward’ with THAAD deployment in...
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News video: China, South Korea Bury The Missile System Hatchet

China, South Korea Bury The Missile System Hatchet 00:49

Following months of tense relations and economic retaliation triggered by the deployment of a controversial missile defense system, a diplomatic dispute between South Korea and China officially ended on Tuesday. According to statements issued by both countries' foreign ministries Tuesday, Seoul and...

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