North Korean Nukes: A Real Deal?

February 2007
Emerging Markets Monitor;2/19/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 43, p11
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This article reports on the agreement reached by the U.S. and North Korea to secure the latter's denuclearization. The decision of North Korea to accept the need to shut down its main nuclear reactor in exchange for energy incentives shows that the regime is facing intense pressure from international financial sanctions. A discussion on North Korea's history of reneging on agreements is presented.


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