Kim's Nuclear Gamble: Examining the highly unstable relationship between the U.S. and North Korea and how it has brought the world to the brink of a nuclear showdown
analyses: the crisiswho are the north koreans?chronologythe north's nuclear capability

Key players discuss what's led to the current crisis, how it might be resolved, and whether President Bush's policy can work.

Inside the baffling "Hermit Kingdom," an interview with a North Korean defector, and more on the North's "ineffable otherness."

An overview of the threats, deceptions, and diplomatic ploys that have shaped U.S.-North Korea relations in the past decade.

Does North Korea have the bomb? A closer look at the DPRK's nuclear weapons programs and its export of missile technology.

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introduction : analyses : the north koreans : chronology : nuclear capabilities
interviews : readings & links : discussion : producer's chat
teacher's guide : tapes & transcripts : press reaction : credits : privacy policy
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published april 10, 2003

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