posted on Apr, 15 2017 @ 06:51 AM
I think it important to recognise that China will want to seek a stable North Korea as soon as possible. The islands they have built in disputed
waters will not be up for negotiation. The compromise here will have been set by Trump who would like nothing more (on behalf of the American military
and South Korea and Japan) than to be rid of the Kim Jong-un regime, and to see the people of North Korea freed from Jong-un's shackles.
South and North Korea will not be united. China will not want that, but I am sure the Chinese leaders would want to see the North Korean people
establish a more stable system of self-governance based on the Chinese model. For China and the rest of the world, this will be a vast improvement and
help to lessen any threats in that region and establish a more stable peace.
If Kim Jong-un and his regime is taken out, China will certainly move in and organise new leadership from elements who are against Jung-un. America
will not look upon China too kindly if they simply move in to 'land grab', if they did that, we would in all high probability see WW3. Trump is eyeing
the prospect of freeing the North Korean people (whether they want it or not) from the military dictatorship they are under.
The way I see it, the recent talks between America and China would have established a plan of action and timetable to take out Kim Jong-un and for
Chinese troops to move in and stabilise the country, and after a set period (in years) withdraw Chinese troops back to China. Eventually, the future
could see the de-militarised zone between South and North Korea dismantled, and see the sharing of both business and industry between the two
countries. A more stable and industrious North Korea would benefit the world, as will the cooperative endeavour between America and China.