Kim Jong-un in Beijing: is North Korea a bargaining chip in US-China trade talks?
Sunday, 13 January 2019 There is a debate about whether China used the “North Korea card” against Washington in its trade negotiations with the US, capitalising on Kim Jong-un’s visit to Beijing. The two international headline-making events happened simultaneously in Beijing. Interestingly, both Beijing and Washington flatly deny any link. Analysts are divided. It warrants discussion because it offers an important insight into how the two superpowers strategise the North Korea issue in their dealings...
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping recently met to talk. The two leaders discussed how to “jointly study and steer” future denuclearization talks. According to Reuters, North Korea’s state media KCNA reported what Jong Un wants to do. Jong Un said he doesn’t want...
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