Korea's Nuclear Winter

Banerji, Robin; Macintyre, Donald
February 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);
Discusses the intense diplomatic efforts to convince North Korea to abandon its nuclear ambitions. Fear that the sanctions imposed by the United Nations could provoke Pyongyang; Talks between North and South Korea in Seoul; Why the United States insists that it will offer no incentives to Pyongyang until the country has dismantled its nuclear weapons program.


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