U.S-China Strategic Competition and the Korean Peninsula

Northeast Asian strategic considerations are deeply affected by shifting U.S-China relations, says Yun Sun
Part of the Chinese Foreign Policy Project
By Yun Sun Panelist

This video was originally posted by the National Committee on North Korea.

As the U.S.-China relationship continues to affect the future of the Korean Peninsula, Yun Sun provides critical insights on strategic outlooks in the region. Alongside and Amb. Chun Yung-woo and Scott Snyder, Yun Sun discusses the impact of the 2020 U.S. election, high-level visits and infrastructure cooperation between Seoul and Beijing, the potential for hedging and stabilization, and much more in an event hosted by the National Committee on North Korea. Watch the full event here.

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