Why an Iran-style deal won’t work for North Korea
Why an Iran-style deal won’t work for North Korea - GEOPOLITICA.info

Negotiations to denuclearize the Korean peninsula between the United States, China, Japan, Russia, North and South Korea, otherwise known as the Six-Party Talks, have regained momentum in the wake of the Iranian nuclear deal. Since Pyongyang declared itself a nuclear state in 2012, the Six-Party Talks have been stalled. Moreover, many critics feel that an agreement will never be reached because the United States would like North Korea to commit to denuclearization before sanctions are removed, a requirement that Pyongyang will most likely never accept. Furthermore, the stockpile of arsenal North Korea has been able to compile, as well as its strong alliance with Beijing, makes the negotiations of the Six-Party Talks much more difficult than that of the Iranian nuclear deal.

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