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Why Negotiating With North Korea Is Worth It - Even If Pyongyang Cheats

NEW YORK, March 22, 2018 — The veteran diplomat Robert Gallucci explains why North Korea's history of cheating on nuclear deals does not mean that negotiating with Pyongyang is a mistake. (2 mins, 45 sec.)

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North Korea and the Art of the Deal (Complete) (1 hr., 24 min.)
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Making Sense of the North Korean Challenge (1 hr., 14 min.)


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