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N. Korean Missile Threat Puts Emphasis on Talks

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N. Korean Missile Threat Puts Emphasis on Talks

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N. Korean Missile Threat Puts Emphasis on Talks

N. Korean Missile Threat Puts Emphasis on Talks

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The recent U.S. assertion that North Korea has at least one nuclear weapon — and the capability to hit the West Coast with a missile — puts a sharper focus on potential negotiations with the reclusive nation. NPR's Scott Simon talks with foreign policy analysts Henry Sokolsky and Nancy Soderbergh.

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