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01-04-2011 13:35 BJT Special Report:Tension Soars on Korean Peninsula |

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To further discuss Stephen Bosworth's visit to Asia, we're joined again by our current affairs commentator, Raymond Zhou, from China Daily.

Q1: Hello, Mr. Zhou. South Korea and the DPRK have both recently signaled a greater willingness for talks after a year of confrontation. Under these circumstances, what possible outcome might Bosworth's trip achieve?

Q2: Even with the softening of tension, a breakthrough may be still elusive. Both Seoul and Washington say before heading back to the negotiating table they want to see proof of the DPRK's seriousness. What's your view on that?

 

 

 

U.S. envoy set to visit Seoul

SEOUL, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) -- Stephen Bosworth, U.S. envoy on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), is to arrive in Seoul Tuesday afternoon for talks on restarting long-stalled six- party talks aimed at dismantling the DPRK's nuclear program. <Full story>

 

 

US envoy begins Asian visit

The U.S. Special Representative for DPRK policy, Stephen Bosworth, will arrive in South Korea Tuesday afternoon to kick off a three Asian-nation tour. <Full story>

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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