Despite President Trump’s Positive Assessment of His 12-Day Trip through Asia and “Getting Everybody Together on North Korea,” an Annual Report from a Bipartisan Congressional Panel Does Not Predict Much Change in China-America Relations, Especially with Regard to the Rogue Regime and Its Nuclear Saber-Rattling. the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Created by Congress in 2000, Says America and Its Allies Shouldn’t Expect Beijing to Fully Cooperate with Efforts to Curtail North Korea’s Nuclear-Arms Program and That China Differs with the U.S. over How Best to Handle Kim Jong Un’s Repressive Regime [Derived Headline]

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Despite President Trump’s Positive Assessment of His 12-Day Trip through Asia and “Getting Everybody Together on North Korea,” an Annual Report from a Bipartisan Congressional Panel Does Not Predict Much Change in China-America Relations, Especially with Regard to the Rogue Regime and Its Nuclear Saber-Rattling. the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Created by Congress in 2000, Says America and Its Allies Shouldn’t Expect Beijing to Fully Cooperate with Efforts to Curtail North Korea’s Nuclear-Arms Program and That China Differs with the U.S. over How Best to Handle Kim Jong Un’s Repressive Regime [Derived Headline]


Despite President Trump’s positive assessment of his 12-day trip through Asia and “getting everybody together on North Korea,” an annual report from a bipartisan congressional panel does not predict much change in China-America relations, especially with regard to the rogue regime and its nuclear saber-rattling. The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, created by Congress in 2000, says America and its allies shouldn’t expect Beijing to fully cooperate with efforts to curtail North Korea’s nuclear-arms program and that China differs with the U.S. over how best to handle Kim Jong Un’s repressive regime.

“The United States and the international community should keep their expectations low, given China’s lackluster record of previous sanctions enforcement and continued sanctions violations by Chinese companies exporting dual-use items to North Korea.”

From the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission report

“(O)ver the years we’ve watched China make commitments to enforce sanctions and then not quite live up to the commitment (so) I at least, am skeptical about additional commitments that it makes.”

CAROLYN BARTHOLOMEW

Commission chairman

“I don’t think any of us expected that easing the way for China to participate in the acquisition of U. …

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Despite President Trump’s Positive Assessment of His 12-Day Trip through Asia and “Getting Everybody Together on North Korea,” an Annual Report from a Bipartisan Congressional Panel Does Not Predict Much Change in China-America Relations, Especially with Regard to the Rogue Regime and Its Nuclear Saber-Rattling. the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Created by Congress in 2000, Says America and Its Allies Shouldn’t Expect Beijing to Fully Cooperate with Efforts to Curtail North Korea’s Nuclear-Arms Program and That China Differs with the U.S. over How Best to Handle Kim Jong Un’s Repressive Regime [Derived Headline]
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