North Korea has reasons to worry as US-China tensions rise over Taiwan
Biden could support greater military developments in South Korea in efforts to thwart China’s regional ambitions
North Korea has every reason to be worried that U.S.-China military tensions could spill over onto the Korean Peninsula. But the threat doesn’t come from the U.S. — it comes from South Korea.
The DPRK’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has issued a slew of statements on Taiwan over the past few months, publishing yet another report today as Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping tackled thorny issues in their first face-to-face virtual summit.
The MFA accused the U.S. and its “satellite states” of a buildup that could be used
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