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North Korea Nuclear Program Likely Undeterred by Sanctions

Wall Street Journal Thursday, 1 December 2016 ()
New Washington-Beijing consensus emerges over North Korean threat but few expect United Nations penalties alone to end Kim Jong Un’s pursuit nuclear weapons.
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The sanctions target the country's coal and metal exports.

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