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June 16, 2019

Expert Says U.S. Must Act To Break Pattern Of Failures in Dealing With North Korea

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Posted: Thursday, July 5, 2018 12:00 am

It’s a pattern seen repeatedly over the past three decades: the U.S. and North Korea enter into promising nuclear arms control discussions, only to have Washington’s hopes deflated as North Korean political and military leaders choose to continue developing nuclear weapons and the missiles to carry them.

At times of greater and lesser tension, under a variety of diplomatic labels, representatives of successive U.S. administrations have been sure that this time, finally, they had persuaded North Korea that its future is more secure without nuclear weapons than with them.

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