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North Korea: Desperate and Dangerous
Few nations are as mysterious, isolated, and defiant as North Korea. Confronted in October 2002 with hard evidence of a secret nuclear weapons program, the North Korean government readily confessed. Within weeks it was threatening nuclear war. Meanwhile the North’s economy is in collapse and people are starving. Can this dangerous regime be stopped?
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American Enterprise Institute
Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
Originally Aired: 2/13/2003
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