The tension in the Korean peninsula is putting to test the future of U.S.-China relations. President Donald Trump has accused China of not taking a tougher stance on North Korea. To convince China to take a tougher stance, Henry Kissinger has proposed that the United States first agree with China “of what follows after the collapse of the North Korean regime.” A central part of the agreement would be for the United States to withdraw its forces along the Korean demilitarized zone (DMZ) at the 38th parallel after the regime’s collapse. As the logic goes, this would help to allay China’s fears of a U.S. military base next to its border.Read more
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