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THAAD & China
입력 2016.08.10 (14:07) 수정 2016.08.10 (14:19) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

The Chinese media continues to criticize Seoul’s decision to deploy the U.S. anti-missile defense system THAAD on the Korean Peninsula. The issue of THAAD deployment is likely to be a part of the agenda at the G20 Summit slated for next month in China.

[Pkg]

Chinese state-run media, which had been silent on the issue of the South Korean government's decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system on the Korean Peninsula since last weekend, resumed its criticism. The Chinese daily Global Times wrote in an editorial that China has effectively begun imposing sanctions against Korea. It added that Korea must also pay a price corresponding to that which China will have to pay. However, the daily softened its criticism by saying that China and Korea are neighbors and that the THAAD standoff should end at some point. The official paper of the Chinese Communist party, the People's Daily, did not publish any articles on the THAAD deployment. Some observers cautiously say that the Chinese government is trying to keep the THAAD conflict under control ahead of the G20 Summit slated for next month in Hángzhōu. They say that to ensure a successful hosting of the G20 Summit, Beijing could consider maintaining strategic ties with Seoul as a way to overcome an array of obstacles it has been facing recently, such as the plunging economic growth rate and the loss of a trial over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea.

[Soundbite] Prof. Kim Han-kwon(Korea Nat'l Diplomatic Academy) : "If China turns away from Korea, the chances of Korea joining the U.S. and Japan as a member of a trilateral regional security council and missile defense system will rise."

Seoul plans to step up its diplomatic efforts to alleviate Beijing's concerns over the possibility of Korea's incorporation into the U.S. missile defense system through its THAAD deployment.
  • THAAD & China
    • 입력 2016-08-10 14:08:48
    • 수정2016-08-10 14:19:38
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

The Chinese media continues to criticize Seoul’s decision to deploy the U.S. anti-missile defense system THAAD on the Korean Peninsula. The issue of THAAD deployment is likely to be a part of the agenda at the G20 Summit slated for next month in China.

[Pkg]

Chinese state-run media, which had been silent on the issue of the South Korean government's decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system on the Korean Peninsula since last weekend, resumed its criticism. The Chinese daily Global Times wrote in an editorial that China has effectively begun imposing sanctions against Korea. It added that Korea must also pay a price corresponding to that which China will have to pay. However, the daily softened its criticism by saying that China and Korea are neighbors and that the THAAD standoff should end at some point. The official paper of the Chinese Communist party, the People's Daily, did not publish any articles on the THAAD deployment. Some observers cautiously say that the Chinese government is trying to keep the THAAD conflict under control ahead of the G20 Summit slated for next month in Hángzhōu. They say that to ensure a successful hosting of the G20 Summit, Beijing could consider maintaining strategic ties with Seoul as a way to overcome an array of obstacles it has been facing recently, such as the plunging economic growth rate and the loss of a trial over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea.

[Soundbite] Prof. Kim Han-kwon(Korea Nat'l Diplomatic Academy) : "If China turns away from Korea, the chances of Korea joining the U.S. and Japan as a member of a trilateral regional security council and missile defense system will rise."

Seoul plans to step up its diplomatic efforts to alleviate Beijing's concerns over the possibility of Korea's incorporation into the U.S. missile defense system through its THAAD deployment.
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