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Studio interview on Korean Peninsula tension and resumption of Six-Party Talks

11-25-2010 20:07 BJT Special Report:DPRK, S. Korea Exchange Fire |

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Staying on the topic of the tension on the Korean Peninsula,joining us today is our current affairs commentator Gregory Yingnian Tsang.

Q1: Good evening,Mr.Tsang. The US and South Korea are scheduled to hold a joint drill over the weekend with a nuclear carrier. How do you see the participation of the US at this moment? Will there be a second exchange of fire or an escalation in the conflict?

Q2: Do you think the conflict has sped up the resumption of the long-stalled Six-Party talks, or the opposite?

Q3:Seoul and Washington have increased pressure on China to use its influence to ease soaring tensions. What role should China play in dealing with the tense situation?

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: CNTV.CN

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