Source: Loud and Clear
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un completed his third trip to China in as many months, where he consulted with Chinese leaders on next steps with the United States. President Trump said that since his summit with Kim in Singapore, North Korea has returned the remains of 200 US soldiers missing from the Korean War. And in the United States, a new poll shows that 55 percent of Americans support Trump’s North Korea policy, the single most popular policy of his presidency.
John Ross, Senior Fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, and an award-winning resident columnist with several Chinese media organizations, was interviewed by `Loud and Clear` on China-North Korea relations and possibilities of economic reform in North Korea.
I worked as a journalist for eight years, and have been the executive dean and professor of the Chongyang Institute, Renmin University of China, a leading think tank in China, also for eight years. These combined experiences give me confidence to speak about the relations between think tanks and the media.