Chinese paramilitary policemen build a fence near China and North Korea’s border in Jilin province. Photo: Associated Press Chinese paramilitary policemen build a fence near China and North Korea’s border in Jilin province. Photo: Associated Press
Chinese paramilitary policemen build a fence near China and North Korea’s border in Jilin province. Photo: Associated Press
Ankit Panda
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Opinion

Ankit Panda

China can take little credit for North Korea breakthroughs

South Korea’s president was the driving force behind summits aimed at ending nuclear weapons crisis and Beijing’s role has been limited, writes Ankit Panda

Chinese paramilitary policemen build a fence near China and North Korea’s border in Jilin province. Photo: Associated Press Chinese paramilitary policemen build a fence near China and North Korea’s border in Jilin province. Photo: Associated Press
Chinese paramilitary policemen build a fence near China and North Korea’s border in Jilin province. Photo: Associated Press
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Ankit Panda

Ankit Panda

Ankit Panda is an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the Defense Posture Project at the Federation of American Scientists, a Senior Editor at The Diplomat, an online magazine on Asia-Pacific affairs, and a Contributing Editor at War on the Rocks. Panda is an award-winning writer and a frequently cited analyst on geopolitical and security issues in the Asia-Pacific. His writing has appeared in The Diplomat, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, Politico Magazine, and War on the Rocks, among other publications.