As the DPRK celebrates its founder’s day, analysts fear the country could launch another missile as a show of force. This would further complicate an already tense situation on the Korean peninsula, which countries like China are hoping to diffuse through diplomacy. Are negotiations possible, and could they bring stability to the region? Karl Friedhoff, public opinion and foreign policy fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, discusses with CGTN’s Mike Walter.
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