June 13, 2018

RN Breakfast Program: What China wants from the US-North Korean summit

By Patrick M. Cronin

As US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have arrived in Singapore for Tuesday's historic summit, offstage, China is controlling some of the action. CNAS's Asia-Pacific Security Program Senior Director Dr. Patrick Cronin speaks to Hamish MacDonald on China, North Korea, and the changing geopolitical landscape in Northeast Asia. 

Listen to the interview at ABC's RN Breakfast

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