North Korea Agrees to Give Up Nukes

Maybe it’s a breakthrough, maybe not. But North Korea has reached an agreement in principle with the six-nation group with which it has been negotiating, whereby North Korea has agreed to abandon its nuclear weapons program in exchange for an aid package. The agreement is to proceed in phases, with full verification. No one will equate signing a document with achieving the result, as may have happened in 1994. So, time will tell. But I don’t see any reason not to consider this good news.
Via Power Line News.

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