North Korea's main trading partner, China, is turning off the trade taps. The move is in response to Pyongyang's nuclear tests and missile launches.
Donald Trump ratchets up tensions with plans to impose more tariffs on China. Such punitive measures might be effective in the short term, but in the grander scheme, China has the upper hand, says DW’s Frank Sieren.
The outcome of the US-North Korea summit in Singapore is a headache for Japan. None of Tokyo's priorities were addressed by Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. Japan must now reorient itself, DW's Martin Fritz writes.
US President Donald Trump has threatened new tariffs on Chinese imports, raising fears of an escalating trade war. Trump threatened further sanctions should China — which accuses the US of "blackmail" — retaliate.
India is among a handful of countries maintaining long-term, close ties with Pyongyang despite the Kim regime's nuclear belligerence. What does New Delhi want to achieve through this engagement?
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