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Studio interview: Why did DPRK allow Carter's visit?

08-27-2010 18:48 BJT

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For more analysis on Carter's visit to the DPRK, we're now joined by our Current Affairs Commentator, Xie Tao. Hello, Mr Xie.

Q1: Why did the DPRK allow Carter's visit, as its relationship with the US has been filled with tension since the torpedoing of a South Korean warship in March?

Q2: Will the US change its policy toward the DPRK after Carter's visit, which would be a breakthrough in their relationship, and expedite the resumption of the Six-Party Talks?



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