China’s Role and Its Dilemmas in the Six-Party Talks
After the first Korean nuclear crisis of 1993 to 1994, China announced its two grand strategic objectives on the Korean peninsula: first, to resolutely realize the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula; and, second, to resolutely safeguard peace and stability on the Korean peninsula. Since then, China has adhered to these strategic objectives, which also constitute its guidelines in initiating and promoting the Six-party talks.
KeywordsKorean Peninsula Nuclear Weapon Uranium Enrichment Agree Framework Nuclear Program
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