Can China Uphold Its Nuclear Promise? Interview With Dr. Anders Corr | Talking Points With David Zhang

This week, five nations declared: no nuclear war—including Russia and China. But the tension of a nuclear war is not cooling. In particular, can the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) uphold that agreement? What are the concerns given the historical lesson of the Cuban Missile Crisis? I caught up with Dr. Anders Corr, a political risk analyst and China expert, who cautions believing in the CCP—especially considering that right after the declaration this week, China said it will continue to “modernize” its nuclear arsenal.