Second test seen likely if N. Korea not welcomed by the nuclear club

November 2006
East-Asia-Intel Reports;11/8/2006, p4
The article reports on the potential second nuclear test by North Korea. U.S. officials say North Korea likely will conduct a second nuclear test in the new future, despite its recent agreement to return to the six-party talks. Both China and the U.S. refuse to accept North Korea into the nuclear club, insisting publicly that Pyongyang is not a nuclear power and demanding the program be reversed and the arms dismantled.


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