Robert Natter: We Have to Convince Its in China’s Interest to Have a Nuclear Free Korean Peninsula

‘We just need to keep after this problem because it’s not going to go away’


SHAWN: "Is China doing enough? They cut off the coal and they were on board the United Nations resolution a couple of weeks ago that are said to be the strongest ever, but that doesn’t seem to have any effect at all." 
NATTER: "I think it has an effect. And it needs to have even more effect. Out of fairness to China, the United States has been inconsistent with the enforcement of the sanctions that we’ve imposed over the last 10, 15 years. So we can do a much better job, and we can do a much better job working with China, letting them know it’s in their best interests and their national security interest to have a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula." 

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