North Korea's Attack on South Korean War Ship

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South Korea is showing signs of trying to cool tensions with North Korea, despite the international conclusion that a North Korean torpedo sunk a South Korean ship last month, leaving 46 sailors dead or missing. One of many unanswered questions is why China has had so little to say. China was quick to condemn the Israeli attack on the aid ships, saying it was "shocked" and "appalled," and demanding "a quick response" from the UN Security Council.  We have updates from Seoul, the UN and Washington.

Credits

Guests:
Don Kirk - The Atlantic, Victor Cha - Georgetown University / Center for Strategic and International Studies - @vcgiants, Mike Chinoy - USC US-China Institute - @mikechinoy

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Katie Cooper, Karen Radziner, Darrell Satzman, Andrea Brody