The North Korea problem continues to worsen, as the Kim regime tests more nuclear weapons and develops longer range missiles. Tighter sanctions have proved little more effective than diplomatic entreaties. In a recent paper, Cato scholar Doug Bandow argues that Washington should develop a comprehensive diplomatic strategy to persuade the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to cooperate with the United States, South Korea, and Japan in pressing the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to abandon its nuclear program.
- “Will China Solve the North Korea Problem?,” by Doug Bandow
- “Trump’s Strategy for Getting China to Pressure North Korea: All Sticks, No Carrots,” by Ted Galen Carpenter
- “Tillerson, China and the North Korea Question,” by Christine Guluzian
- “Convincing China to Coerce North Korea,” Cato Event
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