This week, five nations declared: no nuclear war—including Russia and China. But the tension of a nuclear war is not cooling. In particular, can the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) uphold that agreement? What are the concerns given the historical lesson of the Cuban Missile Crisis? I caught up with Dr. Anders Corr, a political risk analyst and China expert, who cautions believing in the CCP—especially considering that right after the declaration this week, China said it will continue to “modernize” its nuclear arsenal.
Can China Uphold Its Nuclear Promise? Interview With Dr. Anders Corr | Talking Points With David Zhang
Talking Points Jan 8, 2022
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