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Jason Qian and Anne Wu

China's role in North Korea

By Jason Qian and Anne Wu
December 19, 2005

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THE SIX-PARTY TALKS created to resolve the North Korean nuclear problem have lost momentum again. All six parties agreed on a denuclearization statement in September, but when the United States started imposing sanctions on North Korean enterprises suspected of counterfeiting and money-laundering, Pyongyang declared that it would boycott future talks. With the two countries at odds again, the denuclearization agreement ... (Full article: 668 words)

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