February 10, 2013

Pyongyang's Reality Check

Michael Auslin, Wall Street Journal

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Negotiation has failed. The U.S. must admit that North Korea is a nuclear power -- and then treat it as such.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Nuclear Weapons, United States, North Korea, Pyongyang

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