Amid intensifying pressure, nations are being forced to choose sides between the US and China. South Korea, led by President Moon Jae-in (above) typifies the predicament. Photo: Kyodo Amid intensifying pressure, nations are being forced to choose sides between the US and China. South Korea, led by President Moon Jae-in (above) typifies the predicament. Photo: Kyodo
Amid intensifying pressure, nations are being forced to choose sides between the US and China. South Korea, led by President Moon Jae-in (above) typifies the predicament. Photo: Kyodo
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South Korea is just one casualty of the US-China ‘cold war’

  • The dilemma extends around the world as countries are forced to choose sides, heightening global risks, divisions and tensions

Amid intensifying pressure, nations are being forced to choose sides between the US and China. South Korea, led by President Moon Jae-in (above) typifies the predicament. Photo: Kyodo Amid intensifying pressure, nations are being forced to choose sides between the US and China. South Korea, led by President Moon Jae-in (above) typifies the predicament. Photo: Kyodo
Amid intensifying pressure, nations are being forced to choose sides between the US and China. South Korea, led by President Moon Jae-in (above) typifies the predicament. Photo: Kyodo
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