DPRK leader Kim Jong Un concluded his fourth visit to China within a year and his first foreign trip in 2019. As China and the DPRK prepare to celebrate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties, strengthening of their strategic exchanges is on the agenda. Moreover, the stalemated Washington-Pyongyang relations could see a breakthrough since both sides are busy making plans for a second Trump-Kim summit. So what are the implications of Kim’s fourth visit for China-DPRK relations? What can be expected for the potential Trump-Kim second summit? And how will strategic rivalry on the Korean Peninsula proceed in 2019?

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