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COMMENT  |  The Diminishing Returns of China’s North Korea Policy  |  38 North

By STEPHANIE KLEINE-AHLBRANDT 

North Korea’s economic dependence on China may have reached an all-time high, but Kim Jong Un is determined to set a course for greater political independence from Beijing. This has left China in a state that one insider has referred to as ‘desperate’ over its rocky relations with the country since Kim Jong Un came to power. But given that Beijing’s priority is to maintain a stable and divided peninsula, it seems set to continue to bankroll its belligerent neighbor even as their once-close political relationship unravels.

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Posted at 3:39pm and tagged with: China, People's Republic of China, PRC, 中华人民共和国, Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó, North Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 조선민주주의인민공화국, Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk, Politics, Asia,.

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COMMENT  |  The Diminishing Returns of China’s North Korea Policy  |  38 North
By STEPHANIE KLEINE-AHLBRANDT 
North Korea’s economic dependence on China may have reached an all-time high, but Kim Jong Un is determined to set a course for greater political independence from Beijing. This has left China in a state that one insider has referred to as ‘desperate’ over its rocky relations with the country since Kim Jong Un came to power. But given that Beijing’s priority is to maintain a stable and divided peninsula, it seems set to continue to bankroll its belligerent neighbor even as their once-close political relationship unravels.
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Photo: huneycuttaddison/Flickr
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