Breaking North Korea’s vicious cycle of missile tests, sanctions, and aid dependency

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Published on 27 Sep 2017 View Original

The bluster and belligerence between Washington and Pyongyang hide a humanitarian conundrum that must be solved

It has been a blisteringly hot summer for North Korea on two fronts. The world has watched it successfully test its intercontinental ballistic missile technology and its first hydrogen bomb, drawing widespread condemnation from the international community. But at the same time – and with far less fanfare – the country has endured one of its driest summers to date.

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