US President Donald Trump signs a memorandum declaring his intention to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. Photo: Xinhua US President Donald Trump signs a memorandum declaring his intention to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. Photo: Xinhua
US President Donald Trump signs a memorandum declaring his intention to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. Photo: Xinhua
Keith B. Richburg
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Keith B. Richburg

Why would Kim Jong-un trust Trump now he’s ripped up Iran’s nuclear deal?

Pushing Tehran into Beijing’s embrace seems like another example of the Donald “Making China Great Again”

US President Donald Trump signs a memorandum declaring his intention to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. Photo: Xinhua US President Donald Trump signs a memorandum declaring his intention to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. Photo: Xinhua
US President Donald Trump signs a memorandum declaring his intention to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. Photo: Xinhua
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Keith B. Richburg

Keith B. Richburg

Professor Keith B. Richburg, a former Washington Post correspondent, is Director of The University of Hong Kong's Journalism and Media Studies Centre.