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Why a Solution to North Korea Will Depend on Major Power Coordination

The Diplomat
September 11, 2017
By Dingding Chen

With North Korea having seemingly succeeded in testing a hydrogen bomb at its sixth nuclear test, the world remains determined to find a final and effective solution to this problem. U.S. President Donald J. Trump called North Korea a great threat and other senior U.S. officials threatened to respond with military force. New sanctions will likely be passed at the United Nations to further weaken North Korea’s already weak economy, with the hope that the country’s path toward becoming a true nuclear power could at least be delayed, if not prevented.
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