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Studio interview: Prospects of 6-party talks

04-17-2011 13:41 BJT

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For more analysis on US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Asia, we are joined by our current affairs commentator, Professor Xie Tao, from Beijing Foreign Studies University. Hello Professor Xie.

Q1: The 6-party talks have been stalled for almost two years. Do you think Clinton's visit to South Korea will help push them forward?

Q2: Clinton's next stop will be Japan. It will be the first visit of a US senior official since the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit Japan last month. Do you think there are strategic aims behind the visit or is it mostly just to pay condolences and tribute to country?

Thank you indeed. Professor Xie Tao from Beijing Foreign Studies University.




Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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