North Korea

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On Wednesday, Pyonyang announced it has reprocessed 8,000 spent fuel rods that could be used to produce nuclear bombs. Jack Pritchard, President Bush's former special envoy to North Korea, joins Lynn Neary to discuss the implications of that statement.

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Jack Pritchard
*Former special envoy to North Korea for President Bush
*Now a Visiting Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution

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