Korea: November 2, 2004


North Korea continues to refuse to negotiate about its nuclear weapons or ballistic missile programs. Apparently they are waiting for the outcome of the American presidential elections, hoping for a better deal from a new president, or resigning themselves to dealing with what they have already been offered (large bribes to stop with the nukes and missiles, and allow inspections to confirm it). 




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