North Korea's Place in China's Foreign Policy
China has been reluctant to support sanctions targeting North Korea's nuclear weapons program, according to many analysts.
Robert D. Kaplan, a national correspondent for Atlantic Monthly, believes the situation stems from China's wish to see North Korea's Kim Jong Il fall from power -- tilting the balance of power in Asia toward China.
Robert Siegel talks with Kaplan, who is a visiting professor at the Naval Academy.
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