Korea: June 30, 2004


North Korea has unofficially agreed to freeze its nuclear program if the United States provides enough food and economic aid to keep the North Korean government in power. The major problem with making a firm agreement of this is working out how the North Koreans will guarantee, to America's satisfaction, that they are not cheating.




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