Stimson in the News

Yun Sun quoted in The World Post on Chinese-North Korean Relations

By Yun Sun
in Program

China ordered ships laden with North Korean coal, the isolated nation’s most important export, to return home full this month after promising in February to suspend imports of the fuel for the rest of the year.


“Unless China has other sources of coal imports from North Korea that were not accounted for in the customs data, China unilaterally adopted punitive measures on North Korea that were not required by the UN Security Council Resolution,” wrote Yun Sun, a fellow at the think tank The Stimson Center, on 38 North.

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