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Anthony H. Cordesman

Crashing the nuclear club

By Anthony H. Cordesman
October 11, 2006

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NO ONE can advocate living with North Korea as a nuclear power, but it may well become a grim necessity. The United States should work with its friends and allies to use every diplomatic option to roll back North Korea's nuclear and missile efforts. It should use incentives when these offer hope and sanctions and disincentives when they do not. ... (Full article: 801 words)

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