Daniel Pinkston

Korea specialist at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies

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Some $25 million is on its way from New
 York to Russia
and finally to North Korea,
which has refused to begin decommissioning its Yongbyon nuclear reactor until
it gets the money.…

Release of Funds Moves North Korea on Nuclear Shutdown

Some $25 million is on its way from New York to Russia and finally to North Korea, which has refused to begin decommissioning its Yongbyon nuclear reactor until it gets the money.…

from To the Point

North Korea announced today it will conduct its first test of a nuclear weapon.  The US calls that "provocative" and an "unacceptable threat" to world peace.

North Korea Threatens Nuclear Test

North Korea announced today it will conduct its first test of a nuclear weapon.  The US calls that "provocative" and an "unacceptable threat" to world peace.

from To the Point

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