Just like his grandfather, Kim Jong-un exploits mistrust between US and China
Sunday, 17 September 2017 The United States and China, along with most other nations, agree the Korean peninsula should be rid of its nuclear weaponry. But the two global superpowers – one the world’s leading free democracy and Pyongyang’s greatest adversary, the other the largest communist power and North Korea’s greatest ally – differ greatly on their approach to the issue. This week’s UN Security Council resolution to impose even harsher sanctions on North Korea in response to the...
Mar.11 -- Paul Haenle, director at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, discusses President Trump agreeing to meet with Kim Jong Un, how Beijing feels about the meeting. He speaks on.. Source: Bloomberg Politics -
China reportedly delayed a U.S. request for a United Nations Security Council committee to blacklist 33 ships, 27 shipping companies, and a Taiwan man for violating international sanctions on North.. Source: Wochit News -
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday the United States would move to "phase two" if sanctions against North Korea did not work, although he did not specify what that would mean. Rough.. Source: News Video Online -