Yu-shek Cheng, Joseph
December 2003
East Asia: An International Quarterly;Winter2003, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p52
Academic Journal
Analyzes the relations between China and North Korea after the end of the Cold War. Views of Chinese military strategist toward the Korean Peninsula; Views of Japanese military strategists to the Korean Peninsula; Reasons for the decline of the relations between China and North Korea during the early part of the 1990s; Reasons for the move of China to improve its relations with North Korea during the later part of the 1990s; Challenge facing China on how to deal with the admission by North Korea of its nuclear weapons program; Examination on how China calculates the balance of power in Northeast Asia; Stand of China on the reunification of North Korea and South Korea; Vulnerabilities of North Korea.


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