As US-China rivalry heats up, experts see chance for cooperation on DPRK
Two powers have shared interest in denuclearization, scholars say, but how Koreas will navigate rivalry remains unclear
Regional scholars weighed in on accelerating Sino-U.S. competition at a conference in Seoul this week, with several participants voicing optimism that the North Korea issue might prove to be an opportunity for constructive cooperation between Washington and Beijing.
At a recent virtual conference hosted by Yonsei University’s Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), scholars from throughout the Asia-Pacific discussed how Chinese and American interests will clash in coming years, and how regional stakeholders like the two Koreas might navigate the rivalry.
John Ikenberry, a professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University
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