North Korea lashes out: China 'dancing to tune of US' - Business Standard

In a rare public spat between two Communist neighbours, North Korea has lashed out at China, without actually naming, accusing it of 'dancing to the tune of the U.S.' over its decision not to import any more coal from the country. According to CNN ...

AP Analysis: Will China be North Korea's Trump card? - Washington Times

A North Korean flag waves at North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. According to police Friday, forensics stated that the banned chemical weapon VX nerve agent was used to kill Kim Jong Nam, the North ... more >. 0.

ANALYSIS: Will China be North Korea's Trump card? - Asahi Shimbun

China's announcement it has suspended North Korean coal imports may have been its first test of whether the Trump administration is ready to do something about a major, and mutual, security problem: North Korea's nukes. While China is Pyongyang's ...

China Tells Trump To Check His Facts On Cause Of North Korea Nuclear Threat - Daily Caller

Beijing has rejected President Donald Trump's claim that China has “tremendous control over North Korea” and could “solve the problem very easily.” Trump said Thursday China could end the “very dangerous situation” in North Korea. China, however ...

North Korea condemns lone ally China publicly for 'first time' - AOL News

So when its state-run news agency appeared to lash out at key supporter China — alleging it was "dancing to the tune of the U.S." — it raised eyebrows. The ties between Pyongyang and Beijing run deep, with the relationship characterized by some ...

China says US must cooperate on solution to North Korea - Free Malaysia Today

China wants the US to shoulder more responsibility in tackling North Korea's rogue nuclear programme. china_kore_nuclear-missile_600. BEIJING: China has called on the US to shoulder more responsibility in tackling North Korea's rogue nuclear ...

North Korea lashes ally China over coal import ban - The Star Online

SEOUL: North Korea denounced its chief ally and diplomatic protector China for “dancing to the tune of the US” after it banned coal imports in apparent punishment for a missile launch. Beijing and Pyongyang have a relationship forged in the blood of ...

Trump speaks about China and North Korea - New Tang Dynasty Television

In an interview with Reuters, US President Donald Trump called North Korea a “very dangerous problem.” He said that China had 'tremendous control' over the nuclear-armed communist country. “I think they could solve the problem very easily, if they want ...

Trump 'very angry' at N. Korean missile launch: Reuters interview - Yonhap News

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (Yonhap) -- U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday he was "very angry" at North Korea's latest missile launch and that bolstering missile defenses for South Korea and Japan is among the options to counter the threat, according to ...

New world disorder: Iran and North Korea in the crosshairs? - People's World

“Chaos,” “dismay,” “radically inept” – these are just a few of the headlines analyzing President Donald Trump's foreign policy, and in truth, disorder would seem to be the strategy of the day. Picking up the morning newspaper or turning on the national ...

Analysis: As China ups heat on North Korea, US faces questions - Military Times

WASHINGTON — China's surprising suspension of North Korean coal imports puts pressure not only on Pyongyang, but also on President Donald Trump. The question for him: Should the U.S. respond with new North Korea negotiations? Years of failed ...

China Bans North Korean Coal and Advances a New World Order - theTrumpet.com

China has implemented a plan to ban all coal imports from North Korea, effective until the end of 2017. The embargo, which went into effect on Sunday, was announced a week after North Korea's most recent ballistic missile test. China's decision to ...

Rex Tillerson urges 'constructive' US-China relationship in phone call with China's top diplomat - Business Insider

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke by telephone with China's top diplomat on Tuesday and affirmed the importance of a constructive U.S.-China relationship, and the two agreed on the need to address the threat posed by North Korea, the State ...

Tillerson affirms importance of constructive US-China ties - Reuters

FILE PHOTO: Rex Tillerson, the former chairman and chief executive officer of Exxon Mobil, testifies during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearing to become U.S. Secretary of State on Capitol Hill in Washington January 11, 2017.

Why China's coal ban isn't likely to stop North Korea's weapons - CNN

Kevin Gray is a Reader in International Relations at the School of Global Studies, University of Sussex who specializes in North Korean development and inter-Korean relations. The views expressed here are his own. (CNN) China's announcement that it ...

AP Analysis: Will China be North Korea's Trump card? - News & Observer

China's announcement that it has suspended North Korean coal imports may have been its first test of whether the Trump administration is ready to do something about a major, and mutual, security problem: North Korea's nukes. While China is Pyongyang's ...

Will China be North Korea's Trump card? - Stars and Stripes

A North Korean soldier looks back as she and another patrol on a pathway along the bank of the Yalu River, the China-North Korea border river, near North Korea's town of Sinuiju, opposite to the Chinese border city of Dandong on Nov. 28, 2010. China's ...

North Korea improving its evasion of UN sanctions, report says - The Japan Times

UNITED NATIONS – North Korea is flouting tougher new U.N. sanctions with more ingenious tactics, circumventing trade bans by relying on middlemen and front companies, notably in Malaysia and China, a report by U.N. sanctions experts says.

UN report: North Korea steps up sanctions-busting - Free Malaysia Today

The sweeping new sanctions were aimed at depriving Kim Jong-Un's regime of hard currency revenue needed to finance weapons programs, which the Security Council has said pose a threat to world security. north-korea NEW YORK: North Korea is flouting ...

Trump eyes boosting missile defense for Japan, S. Korea over N. Korea - The Mainichi

WASHINGTON (Kyodo) -- U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday he is "very angry" at North Korea's ballistic missile test earlier this month, and that boosting a missile defense system for Japan and South Korea is among the options to counter ...