Thursday, July 06, 2017

WORLD_ Threat of North Korea missiles strains US-China relations



First Look Threat of North Korea missiles strains US-China relations

In the wake of North Korea's nuclear missile launch, the US looked to China for a response. But China is hesitant to risk its relationship with North Korea, which relies on China for 90 percent of its trade.

Mike Segar/Reuters

Christopher Bodeen
Associated Press

July 6, 2017 - Beijing—US President Trump's hopes for China's help with restraining North Korea appear to have gone nowhere, with the two sides growing further apart as their approaches and concerns diverge.

China shows no sign of caving to US pressure to tighten the screws on North Korea, while the North's recent missile tests have done little to rattle Beijing, in contrast to the anxiety sparked in Washington. China's bottom line continues to hold fast: 'No' to any measures that might topple leader Kim Jong Un's hard-line communist regime.

"There's been a lot of wishful thinking on the US side that China was coming around in its approach," said John Delury, a professor at Yonsei University in Seoul.



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