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Kim-Putin deal: why this is a coded message aimed at China and how it worries Beijing

By Chee Meng Tan, Assistant Professor of Business Economics, University of Nottingham
Chi Zhang, Associate lecturer in international relations, University of St Andrews
The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, paid a visit to Pyongyang this week and signed a defence pact with reclusive North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, as he looks for new allies who can help him increase Russia’s supply of munitions for the war in Ukraine.

As part of this mutual aid deal, the two leaders promised that each country will come to the defence of the other if attacked. Kim also promised North Korea’s…The Conversation

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