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Wednesday, 10th January 2007

North Korea Likely to Conduct Second Nuclear Test

North Korea Likely to Conduct Second Nuclear Test (PDF; 202 KB)
Source: Center for Nonproliferation Studies
"Another round of Six-Party Talks concluded on December 22, 2006 after a 13-month hiatus, but the parties were unable to make significant progress in implementing the 'Statement of Principles'of September 2005. The participants agreed to reconvene the talks 'at the earliest
opportunity,' and all parties ostensibly remain committed to the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. However, significant obstacles make this goal increasingly difficult, and we believe a second North Korean nuclear test is likely for both political and technical reasons despite claims by the South Korean government that Pyongyang is unlikely to test in the near future."



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