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Thursday, September 15, 2005

Utterly Insane

The fate of the world rest on the shoulders of these two...

The latest on the nuclear showdown...
Talks on halting North Korea's nuclear weapons drive are stalled due to "major disagreements" between the North and the United States, delegates said. "There wasn't any progress today. ... We are in a bit of a standoff at the moment," US envoy Christopher Hill told reporters Thursday after a day of meetings with his North Korean counterpart and other chief delegates. Hill said there were "major disagreements" between the US and North Korea, echoing the assessments of host country China and Japan. The dispute centres on the North's demand that the international community help it build light water reactors to generate electricity in exchange for ending its nuclear weapons program. The United States and Japan have refused, with the US saying that the cost and timeframe is impractical and that the Stalinist state cannot be trusted to confine a reactor to civilian use.
Rarely is the question asked: How did we get here?

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