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Why U.S. Sanctions Are Unlikely to Deter North Korea

Daniel R. DePetris Security, Asia Pyongyang’s antics are making it more enemies by the week. This past weekend, there was good news on the North Korea front. Yes, you heard that right; for a change, we aren’t talking about an underground nuclear test or another intercontinental ballistic missile launch screeching into the waters near Japan, but rather a unified message from the international community that Pyongyang’s antics are making it more enemies by the week.
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