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North Korea Comes Back to the Table
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North Korea Comes Back to the Table

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North Korea Comes Back to the Table

North Korea Comes Back to the Table
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North Korea agrees to return to suspended six-party talks, which could resume as soon as next month. A former ambassador to South Korea talks about the announcement and how it could affect U.S. policy and United Nations sanctions.

Guests:

Ambassador Thomas Hubbard, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea (2001-2004), presently senior adviser to the Akin Gump Law Firm

David Albright, president of Institute of Science and International Security

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