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July 18th, 2017
Asia Society's Isaac Stone Fish is working on a novel set in Pyongyang, but he's also looking for the truth in the "world's most opaque country." Why does he think the North Koreans are acting rationally? What are the possible outcomes if tensions continue to rise between Kim and Trump?
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July 13th, 2017
The U.S. and China have fundamentally different priorities regarding the Korean Peninsula, says Asia expert Rapp-Hooper "So, by subcontracting North Korea policy to China, I think the United States is evincing some amount of naïveté on how far Beijing is likely to actually be willing to go."
July 11th, 2017
"This has happened before where we've had a great power who is essentially the leader of the international system taking a transactional approach. The closest example would be maybe Bismarck in the 1870s until the eve of World War I. There it worked quite well. . . . The drawbacks of this, of course, are that it is highly unstable."