• Terrence Aym
China has been reacting sluggishly to North Korea's latest saber-rattling. Analysts note that the emerging superpower sees no value in continuing to support the failing regime of Kim Jong-il. The Chinese have developed strong trade agreements with the South Koreans and do not want to see that jeopardized by desperate adventurism on the part of Pyongyang. Yet, both military and economic experts agree that a united Korea under Seoul control could prove exceptionally beneficial to China's long term ambitions both in the Asian region and globally.
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