Experts agree that getting China to reform the DPRK will not be easy
The idea of ‘getting China to do more’ on DPRK, particularly with sanctions, is enjoying a resurgence in Washington. But how would the DPRK respond to increased pressure from China? And how would it respond to some of the other possible policy responses from Trump: including a continuation of ‘Strategic Patience,’ or the suggestion of
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Tristan Webb is a Senior Analyst for NK Pro. He was formerly a Senior DPRK Research Analyst for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
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