The third Kim-Xi summit: what did we learn?
A week after the Singapore talks, Kim met Xi for the third time this year
This week saw Kim Jong Un visit China for the third time and hold a summit with Xi Jinping – exactly a week after he met Donald Trump in Singapore. Like their March meeting, the June Kim-Xi summit took place in Beijing. Analysis of the report and of the current situation shows:Some of the officials accompanying Kim to Beijing were also present at the summit with Trump; The North Korean coverage of the meeting mentioned denuclearisation for the first time in coverage of a Sino-DPRK summit; Coverage of Xi Jinping is less favorable than it was during the
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