China’s Role and Its Dilemmas in the Six-Party Talks

  • Yang Xiyu
Part of the International Relations and Comparisons in Northeast Asia book series (IRCNA)


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.


Korean Peninsula Nuclear Weapon Uranium Enrichment Agree Framework Nuclear Program 
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