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Situation Report: FP Exclusive: Obama Considering North Korea Sanctions, Could Harm China Ties; Russia Threatens U.S. Jets; Kunduz, Again; Spy Wars; And Lots More

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley The North Korea problem. The Obama administration been quietly debating whether to trigger harsh sanctions against North Korea that would target Chinese companies doing business with the hermit regime, in a crackdown like the one that crippled Iran’s economy, Foreign Policy’s Dan De Luce has learned. Officials working on...
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