Patricia M. Kim

Patricia M. Kim

Patricia M. Kim is the Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Dr Kim specialises in Chinese foreign policy, US-China relations, and East Asian security issues. Her current research portfolio includes projects on the North Korean nuclear crisis and the future of the Korean peninsula, and the United States and China's competition for influence in East Asia. Before joining the Council on Foreign Relations, she held fellowships with the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Programme at Princeton University, and the Belfer Centre for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Dr Kim received her PhD in politics from Princeton University, and a BA in political science and Asian studies from the University of...

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Why Trump needs China onside to make Kim Jong-un of North Korea give up his nuclear missiles

Denuclearising the Korean peninsula would require coercive diplomacy and credible assurances to Kim Jong-un about the longevity of his regime. And for this, the US needs to get China, Russia, South Korea and Japan on board.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Denuclearising the Korean peninsula would require coercive diplomacy and credible assurances to Kim Jong-un about the longevity of his regime. And for this, the US needs to get China, Russia, South Korea and Japan on board.

Why Trump needs China onside to make Kim Jong-un of North Korea give up his nuclear missiles