December 22, 2011

Why Is China Snubbing South Korea?

Korea Times, Korea Times

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The so-called strategic partnership between Korea and China has been called into question following the death of Kim Jong-il. President Hu Jintao is yet to accept President Lee Myung-bak's request for telephone communication although Lee talked with leaders of the United States, Russia and Japan. 

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