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Weapons experts say Trump’s current plan to denuclearize North Korea is likely to fail — here’s what they think he should do instead

“But under that kind of all-or-nothing agreement, North Korea would have to stop pursuing civilian nuclear-energy and spaceflight programs in addition to its weapons development” writes Dave Mosher for businessinsider.com. Since 1992, North Korea has been working to develop nuclear weapons despite the risk of sanctions.
 
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