On Again: Talks with North Korea

Howard, Lucy; Begun, Bret; Meadows, Susannah; Stroup, Katherine
March 2001
Newsweek;3/19/2001, Vol. 137 Issue 12, p6
Discusses United States foreign policy towards North Korea. Plan of U.S. President George W. Bush to resume talks with North Korea on reducing nuclear missiles; How North Korea has been selling missiles to Pakistan; Relationship of North Korea and South Korea.


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