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Shifting the U.S.-China approach to North Korea
Emory Report | April 16, 2014
China and the United States need to pursue a "new diplomacy" toward North Korea, believes scholar Zhu Feng. Feng will elaborate on his views on Wednesday, April 23 at 4 p.m. Room 102 of the Center for Ethics.
Feng's talk, "The End Game of North Korea and China-U.S. Collaboration," will be presented by the Halle Institute as part of the Halle Distinguished Fellows program.
Feng will speak on China-U.S. and North Korea relations. With the Six-Party talks stalled for six years, Feng's new diplomacy calls for a united front and unified response to North Korea's provocation He will discuss how a change in the China-U.S. policy towards settlement of nuclear threats from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea could alter relations in the international community.
Feng is the executive director of the Collaborative Innovation Center for South China Sea studies at Nanjing University and a professor in the School of International Studies at Peking University.
The talk, which is co-sponsored by The Carter Center and the Confucius Institute (CI) in Atlanta, is free and open to the public but registration is requested.