US Secretary of State John Kerry’s China visit saw a major push for cooperation on the DPRK nuclear tensions. But, Kerry’s visit comes hot on the heels of trips to ASEAN nations where he called for a united front against China’s activities in the South China Sea. Can Washington seek Beijing’s aid while also working against what China considers to be its core interests? Yuan Peng from the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, and Douglas Paal from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace discuss the prospects of cooperation and conflict.
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