Would China Abandon North Korea?


The dispute around North Koreas nuclear weapons and denuclearization, which has been going through ups and downs, is one of the major challenges facing the world in 2013. This paper examines the recent development of the situation and the Chinese response to the conflict which included the United States of America allying with the South Korea, the United Nations imposing economic sanctions on North Korea, and China, which backed up N. Korea for decades. This paper’s methodology is qualitative based on previous analysis and media & press.

I. Introduction
II. Development of the Situation
III. Conclusion

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