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China Seeks Nuclear Talks Between Pyongyang, Seoul
February 21, 2014
China Seeks Nuclear Talks Between Pyongyang, Seoul
Plus, China's take on the violence in Ukraine, U.S.-China military ties, and the top Chinese media outlets. Friday links.
China Seeks Nuclear Talks Between Pyongyang, Seoul
Defector’s Horrifying Drawings of Life in a North Korean Prison Camp Published by UN
February 19, 2014
Defector’s Horrifying Drawings of Life in a North Korean Prison Camp Published by UN
Crimes against humanity depicted in a series of illustrations reminiscent of the Holocaust.
Defector’s Horrifying Drawings of Life in a North Korean Prison Camp Published by UN
Why the UN Report on North Korea Won't Change Anything
February 19, 2014
Why the UN Report on North Korea Won't Change Anything
Despite a detailed UN report on human rights abuses in North Korea, China will prevent any international response.
Why the UN Report on North Korea Won't Change Anything
The Perils of Investing in North Korea
February 11, 2014
The Perils of Investing in North Korea
Large Chinese investors have been disappointed. Smaller traders, however, are busy.
The Perils of Investing in North Korea
How China Could Benefit From a United Korea
January 14, 2014
How China Could Benefit From a United Korea
China's North Korea strategy is pinned on preventing Korean unification. But would that really be so bad for China?
How China Could Benefit From a United Korea
What Jang Song-Thaek's Purge Tells Us About Kim Jong-Un's Ambitions
December 13, 2013
What Jang Song-Thaek's Purge Tells Us About Kim Jong-Un's Ambitions
Kim Jong-Un sends a series of powerful messages by purging his uncle, who was seen as a reformist.
What Jang Song-Thaek's Purge Tells Us About Kim Jong-Un's Ambitions
China Keeping Close Eye on North Korea
December 13, 2013
China Keeping Close Eye on North Korea
After Jang Song-Thaek's dismissal, China is paying close attention to signs of unrest in North Korea.
China Keeping Close Eye on North Korea
China and North Korea: New Thinking, Old Policies
October 30, 2013
China and North Korea: New Thinking, Old Policies
With a tougher posture on recent provocations, have China’s policies on North Korea really changed?
China and North Korea: New Thinking, Old Policies
How the Chinese Bureaucracy Decides
October 23, 2013
How the Chinese Bureaucracy Decides
The recent toughening of Beijing’s policy on North Korea is a case study of how policy decisions get made within the Chinese government.
How the Chinese Bureaucracy Decides
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