Even with Accord, Questions Remain about North Korea Nuclear Program Frozen, but Sites Still Suspect
The, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)
THE AGREEMENT between the United States and North Korea brings within reach a central goal of President Bill Clinton: stopping production of nuclear weapons. But it leaves unanswered a big question: Does North Korea already have nuclear weapons?
Earlier this year, the administration hthreatened to push for United Nations economic sanctions against North Korea to force an answer to that question. Now it is willing to wait at least several months, possibly years.
Clinton hailed the agreement Tuesday as "the first step on the road to a nuclear-free Korean peninsula," which he described as a "longstanding and vital American objective." He did not address the question …
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