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Chinese Influence on N. Korea Increasingly Unclear

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Chinese Influence on N. Korea Increasingly Unclear

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Chinese Influence on N. Korea Increasingly Unclear

Chinese Influence on N. Korea Increasingly Unclear

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Last week North Korea said it has developed nuclear weapons and it's withdrawing from six-party talks on its nuclear weapons. One member of the six-party process, China, appears to have less and less influence over the North Koreans.

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