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"… e for the United States to respond to the current ‘necessity’ posed by North Korea’s nuclear weapons by striking first,” he argued in a Wall Street Journ …"

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"… of any nuclear use.” …"

"… ce Trump this summer raised the prospect of raining “fire and fury” on North Korea in response to the isolated country’s military threats, and then weeks l …"

"… e isolated country’s military threats, and then weeks later claimed that North Korea faced “total destruction” if the United States felt it had to defend i …"

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"… the following month, Trump said if war one day broke out between Japan and North Korea, Japan would “wipe them out pretty quick.” He also said “it would be …"

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"… o longer useful because their most likely contemporary targets — such as North Korea or China — could only be reached by provocatively flying them over Russi …"

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"… n drug lords, terrorist organizations like Hezbollah or rogue nations like North Korea and Iran. “This is the biggest cross-border investigation in journalism …"

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"… o, Guatemala and Eastern Europe; nuclear weapons proliferators in Iran and North Korea, and arms dealers in southern Africa. “It sounds almost like a corporat …"

"… lowed the use of our companies by individuals having any relationship with North Korea, Zimbabwe, Syria and other countries” that have been listed as sanctione …"

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"… n drug lords, terrorist organizations like Hezbollah or rogue nations like North Korea and Iran. The project — which included a team of more than 370 journali …"

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"… aureates. In his remarks at the end of the summit, Obama singled out only North Korea for specific criticism, but said progress is needed between Pakistan and I …"

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"… ions. So where do we stand now? Japan, India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom are increasing their stocks of “weapons-usable …"

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"… ons with enough material for bomb, Australia again got the top mark, while North Korea came in last. India’s overall rank was 21st in that group, and South Af …"

"… so expressed concern that Japan — like India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom — is increasing its stocks of “weapons-usable …"

"… e period, cyberattacks throughout the U.S. government grew by 9.7 percent. North Korea’s ranking at the bottom of the cybersecurity list as well as the nuclear …"

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"… that possess at least a bomb’s-worth of fissile materials. Only Iran and North Korea fared worse in the analysis, which noted that India’s stockpiles are gro …"

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"… produce fissile materials for nuclear weapons (the others are Pakistan and North Korea). The enlargement of India’s thermonuclear program would more clearly po …"

"… ranked India’s nuclear security practices 23rd, only above Iran and North Korea. An NTI analyst told the Center India’s score stemmed in part from the c …"

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"… out of 100, partly by ratifying the treaty to criminalize nuclear terror. North Korea, scoring low in 12 of the 19 categories, came in last, with just 30 points …"

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"… would not require a license, though they could not be sent to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria and China. They could be re-exported without approval to al …"

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"… s' business ventures have taken him across the world, including in 2011 to North Korea, where he met with late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il to discuss busines …"

"… across the world, including in 2011 to North Korea, where he met with late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il to discuss business opportunities. Sawiris is also exe …"

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"… n of China’s military might. “If you had to go up against a China or a North Korea, the LCS is not the ideal ship,” he said. It might help stop an effort t …"

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"… metal chaff, Mylar or aluminum balloons, or other objects like those that North Korean missiles might use to fool U.S. defenses. This simulated attack on the U …"

"… day. But the real test of U.S. defenses against the countermeasures that North Korean missiles might eventually carry — the primary objective of that exercis …"

"… cting the homeland or U.S. troops overseas from a future missile attack by North Korea or Iran. Those countries will be able to field threatening missiles durin …"

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"… to flee. There also is enough — amid persistent military threats by North Korea — to pay for a new $10 million museum in South Korea lauding the U. …"

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"… are was zooming over the South Korean countryside. The flights came after North Korea’s recent nuclear and missile tests led to U.N. sanctions, which provoked …"

"… Hagel said the flights and military drills were not intended to provoke North Korea, but reassure allies South Korea and Japan. “You know, those exercises …"

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"… ill stuck in a Cold War mind warp.” U.S. nuclear targets include China, North Korea, and Iran, officials have said. But the list of predictable enemies has be …"

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"… at must reach “any place else in the world” besides Russia — such as North Korea, a perennial favorite in lists of U.S. enemies — must first fly over Rus …"

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"… nbsp;specifically citing concern over the possibility of covert testing in North Korea and Russia.A report this year by nine experts for the National Research Co …"

"… ably a lack of cooperation from nuclear states such as Pakistan, India and North Korea. …"

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"… military industry involved in a deal for ballistic missile technology from North Korea. The new restrictions, imposed even as the 15-year-old ban o …"

"… d out missile research and development at its facilities in Myanmar, where North Korean experts are active. The administration said in November 2008 that militar …"

"… ding the directorate's head, had signed a memorandum of understanding with North Korea to provide assistance to Myanmar to build medium-range, liquid-fueled ball …"

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"… ership command posts (33 warheads), war-supporting industry (136 warheads).North Korea, Iran, Syria: Each country would be covered by forty (40) warheads.Cartwri …"

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"… important tale of Shin In Geun, one of the few successful escapees from a North Korean gulag. He was unfortunate enough to be born inside one of that country’ …"

"… leased, called “Escape from Camp 14: One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West.” An excerpt from the book appeared recently in t …"

"… e highlighting the insular characteristics and distorted priorities of the North Korean regime was published on April 1 by Yonhap, the publicly-funded South Kore …"

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"… tional norms, and the capability of key institutions, the NTI group ranked North Korea, Pakistan, and Iran at the bottom of the list – meaning they have the po …"

"… d Pakistan continue to make fissile materials for their military programs. North Korea has built a new uranium enrichment plant at its Yongbyon site, although it …"

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"… the vessel, finally settling on Chilbo San 33 and registering the ship in North Korea. The shipment of 240 tons of Chilean sea bass was confiscated by South Kor …"

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"… Commission records show.The Xiong Nu Baru and Sima Qian Baru were flying a North Korean flag — a country not party to the Antarctic fishing treaty protecting t …"

"… constant renaming and reflagging of vessels. Flagging to countries such as North Korea, which are not party to fishing conventions, render enforcement authoritie …"

"… s the company sold both the Dorita and the other ship currently flagged to North Korea around 2006 or maybe 2007. New Zealand and EU officials have their doubts. …"

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"… e club.*Editor's note: A previous version of this story erroneously listed North Korea as an Interpol member. North Korea is not a member of Interpol. …"

"… ersion of this story erroneously listed North Korea as an Interpol member. North Korea is not a member of Interpol. …"

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"… n December 11, 2009, a former Soviet air force transport plane flying from North Korea to Iran stopped to refuel in Bangkok. The flight listed its cargo as spare …"

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