November 27, 2010

China Won't Help With North Korea

Aidan Foster-Carter, Foreign Policy

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Dear pundits: Stop begging Beijing to rein in Kim Jong Il. It ain’t gonna happen.

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TAGGED: North Korea, China, Beijing

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