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China's Perception and Policy about North Korea

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Most Chinese share the American and South Koreans view that North Korea (DPRK) has a bad regime, opposing the North Korean nuclear and missile programs; but most Chinese do not see the North as an immediate and serious threat, including these nuclear and missile programs. Further, both the Chinese government and people want to maintain “normal” relations with the DPRK. In regional geopolitical and strategic views, most Chinese still see the U.S., Japan, and South Korea (ROK) as the “other bloc,” and Russia, China, and the DPRK as the loosely different group in Northeast Asia; and the Chinese do not want to change this regional structure.
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Keywords: China; China-Korea Relations; DPRK; Korean Peninsula; North Korea; U.S.-China Relations

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 3, 2015

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