April 16, 2024

A shift in Sino-Korean relations, and what it means

Dr. Victor Cha sees S. Korea moving to capitalize on downturn in Beijing-Pyongyang ties

With the elections of Park Geun-hye and Xi Jinping, Sino-South Korea relations are at a high point.

Meanwhile Kim Jong Un's securing of power through the execution of his uncle has led to greater distance between China and North Korea, Victor Cha, director for Georgetown University’s National Resource Center for Asian Studies, points out.

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