This year's fluctuations show Beijing can pressure Pyongyang - but other factors are also at work
The spring and summer of 2017 have been an unusual time in recent history for relations between North Korea and China. This is perhaps truer for economics than for politics. As many point out to demonstrate why President Trump’s North Korea strategy will not work, China has rarely had direct and full leverage over North
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Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein is an Associate Scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, and co-editor of
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