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Sunday, February 13, 2005

China To Speak To North Korea

Now that North Korea has taken more aggressive stance on its nuclear weapons program, it is vital for China to involve itself in the negotiations. Since the Bush Administration has refused to have one on one talks with North Korea, they must rely heavily on chinese influence in the peninsula. It seems China has responded and it plans to speak with the North Koreans about the situation. Because of China's geographic position, they can exert a lot of pressure and influence in North Korea. The US is in no position (militarily) to exert force on North Korea and the Koreans know it, so they upped the stakes. Now the US is forced to turn to China for assistance. We'll see how this chess match plays out.

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