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Better Sanctions, Better Expectations, and a Better North Korea Policy

The Diplomat
August 2, 2017
By Robert Farley

It will surprise no one to hear that the United States has few new or good ideas for managing North Korea. The Trump administrationís early enthusiasm for solving North Korea has waned into a familiar back and forth, as North Koreaís nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities continue to improve. Nevertheless, a new Center for a New American Security (CNAS) report tries to lay out an updated approach to sanctions against North Korea, based in large part on the success of sanctions against Iran.
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