Oct 26 , 2017
Mr Kim wished the Chinese President "great success" in his future, North Korean state media said.The friendly gesture by the North Korean leader, who rarely iss
Zhu Feng Director, Institute of International Studies, Nanjing University
Apr 10 , 2013
China appears to be fed up with North Korea’s belligerent attitude and reckless threats of nuclear war, but does this necessarily mean China will abandon it’s long-time ally? Zhu Feng examines the possibility of a radical policy shift by China and whether Kim Jong-un’s regime has gone too far with its latest saber rattling.
Ted Galen Carpenter Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Jan 25 , 2013
Recent developments in North Korea both offer an opportunity for constructive cooperation between Beijing and Washington and underscore the need for such collab
Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Jan 10 , 2013
In the West, North Korea’s recent missile launch has been framed as still another example of nuclear blackmail. The launch, the counter-productive international sanctions, the mounting nuclear threats and Kim Jong-un’s call for “radical turn” suggest a new diplomatic opportunity for Washington and Beijing alike and it should be seized now.