Chińska pomoc zagraniczna dla Korei Północnej w XX i XXI wieku
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China’s relationship with North Korea has been very close for years, more so than any other state’s. However, in the context of Kim Jong-un’s controversial political decisions it may prove difficult for an European observer to understand. Imposing sanctions, but at the same time funding an extensive cooperation program with North Korea – the dualism of China’s operations in this area makes one wonder about their real motive. Does this relationship still benefit China, or has it become a shameful relic of the past? The aim of this article is to show how this multi-dimensional relationship developed in the 20th century, through the lens of Chinese foreign aid to North Korea. It makes an attempt to answer the question why China is so interested in keeping good relations with its totalitarian neighbour, despite their growing political and ideological differences. Analysis of articles published by scientific journals, news websites, government portals and private company websites has been used to achieve the research goal.
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