China Neutral on The U.s. And North Korea Situation

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As a friend to both the U.S. and North Korea, China is backed in a corner right now. Sooner or later Chine will have to take a side. North Korea continues to push the U.N.’s buttions by pushing forward with their nuclear programs. It has been reported recently that they plan to launch a rocket into space within a couple of months. Select journalists from all over the world were allowed to visit the actual soon to be launch site. North Korea launched a satellite into space a couple of years ago despite criticism from the United Nations. They claim it is for “space exploration and research”. Right…? All of this has caused the U.S. to suspend their food charity programs that help some of the impoverished people in North Korea. China has not commented on the North Korean rocket launch and opted to take a neutral position on the matter whereas Japan, South Korea and the U.S. see this as a legitimate threat. China trades heavily with the U.S. AND North Korea. If the situation at hand continues to escalate, China will face pressures from each country to take a side. Sooner or later they will. Which side do YOU think they will take? Being a Communist country, one may be inclined to believe that China would take North Korea’s side. But China knows that if they did that they would lose a lot of friends in the Western world. There really is no telling whose side Chine will take. I guess we will just have to wait and see. It is only a matter of time. NewsLooper.com is a new website that provides up to the minute headlines from all the major news networks and agencies. No bias, Just news! For more stories and headlines please visit NewsLooper.com

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As a friend to both the U.S. and North Korea, China is backed in a corner right now. Sooner or later Chine will have to take a side. North Korea continues to push the U.N.’s buttions by pushing forward with their nuclear programs. It has been reported recently that they plan to launch a rocket into space within a couple of months.

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