Pyongyang tries its luck in Brussels again
Driven by both a desire to gain a new diplomatic hold and a need for cryptocurrency, North Korea has been ramping up its efforts in Europe.
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By placing loyalists in key positions in Cambodia's political and financial sector, not to mention a propaganda component, Beijing has secured a favourable long-term position there, allowing it to develop its construction of a naval base with peace of mind.
Wang Xiaohong, 64, is expected to play a key role in the next government. The Fuzhou official, the only spymaster to have survived the president's anti-corruption campaign purge, will help Xi Jinping tighten his control over the Gonganbu.