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NORTH KOREA’S ENDLESS LOOP

Yet another nuclear test may spark further U.N. sanctions, but until China gets serious, not much will change
ALL SMILES: A sales assistant in Seoul, South Korea, watches news of North Korea’s latest nuclear test, its biggest yet.
KIM HONG-JI/REUTERS

ONCE UPON a time, Bill Clinton thought he had rid the world of worry about the nuclear dreams of the cruel dictator of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, aka North Korea. The Agreed Framework was signed in 1994: Pyongyang promised to shelve its pursuit of a nuclear weapon in return for energy assistance—in the form of a light water nuclear reactor—from the United States, Japan and South Korea.

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