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Would North Korea's nuclear threat China's Belt & Road Strategy?

Viewed 1800 times 2017-5-15 10:00 |System category:Others| nuclear, China

Belt & Road peak conference is holding in Beijing while North Korea test its missile yesterday morning. Some experts claimed that DPRK want to show its  independent from China. Prof. ZHU Feng, the chief of South China Sea Research Center, analysed that DPRK selected the moment when China launching such a international conference to test its missile could be too badly.   However, other experts began worrying that whether DPRK's nuclear threat China's Belt & Road strategy.

Definitely, all of DPRK's activities in recent years has been considered its trick which aims to cause China and USA's concern. President Trump's comment that Jim was a smart guy, which might reveal some politicians had recognized DPRK's true goal to develop nuclear and missile project.  The truth is that DPRK's  nuclear or missile project could not threat USA today or tomorrow at least, and Jim's true goal is to blackmail China, South Korea, USA from political and economic interest.  

However, once DPRK realized could not achieve its illegal political and economic interest from , what might be its next goal?  Would China be the direct object of DPRK's extortion?
It is known to all that China want a peaceful environment to develop its economy and softpower, and Belt & Road also demand for a permeant peace in East Asia and Pacific. DPRK has revealed its action on its own, what could be the guaranty that DPRK keep its respect to China and not to extort China directly in future?

If so, China may need a set of strategy to response DPRK's future extort from now, though there are many experts who still believed DPRK has bloody friendship based on their own best willing.

(Opinions of the writer in this blog don't represent those of China Daily.)




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  • Did China lose the entire game in Korea Peninsula? 2018-10-12 21:12

    North Korea is a buffer state between China and the outside world. Unification of both Koreas is hazardous to us. To maintain the status quo is the best option.

  • Did China lose the entire game in Korea Peninsula? 2018-7-24 19:02

    Most people listen and read western propaganda, Kim is this bad and he's this mad. Oh yes, I forgot Kim was the mad president who invade countries across the world and kill thousands of woman, children and old people. Who are the mad murderers, a few months ago a TV presenter ask a senator on MSNBC if America will get rid of their nuclear arsenal, the answer was NO America must defend themselves.
    Now the million dollar question is, why can't Kim be allowed to defend NK.

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