U.S. experts began the process of disabling North Korea's main nuclear facility on Monday, the State Department said.
North Korea signed a tentative agreement during six-party talks in Beijing to shut down its nuclear program in exchange for over $250 million worth of oil. Two political experts discuss the deal and its chances for success.
In a public statement Thursday, North Korea announced the successful testing of several missiles this week and promised to continue launching missiles as "our legal right." Three policy experts discuss what is driving North Korea's defiant actions.
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