August 10, 2020

U.S.-China relations are in dire straits. What does that mean for North Korea?
Experts weigh in on what a "Cold War 2.0" could mean for sanctions and diplomacy going forward

The U.S.-China relationship has seen better days. Since the start of 2020, the two superpowers have confronted each other in no uncertain terms on an overflowing list of grievances: human rights, trade policy, xenophobia, and COVID-19, among others.

North Korea seems to be paying attention. Are they taking sides too?