Daniel Schorr News Analysis: Korean Diplomacy In a policy shift, the Bush administration has agreed to talk but not negotiate with North Korea over their nuclear weapons program. NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says that this shift also represents a move away from the aggressive rhetoric of last fall and indicates just how much power comes from being a member of the nuclear club.
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Daniel Schorr News Analysis: Korean Diplomacy

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Daniel Schorr News Analysis: Korean Diplomacy

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Daniel Schorr News Analysis: Korean Diplomacy

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In a policy shift, the Bush administration has agreed to talk but not negotiate with North Korea over their nuclear weapons program. NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says that this shift also represents a move away from the aggressive rhetoric of last fall and indicates just how much power comes from being a member of the nuclear club.