New, Convoluted Auto Bailout by ProQuest


Despite expectations that North Korea would adopt a more accommodating policy after the change in U.S. leadership, Pyongyang has engaged in a rapid-fire series of provocations, including abandoning nuclear negotiations, launching a long-range Taepo Dong missile, detonating a nuclear weapon, and threatening war against the U.S., South Korea and Japan. Because North Korea violated the terms of the agreement Senators Jim DMint (R.S.C.) and Sam Brownback (R.-Kan.) last week filed amendments to the FDA/Tobacco bill to require the secretary of State to put North Korea back on the terrorism list.

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									New, Convoluted Auto Bailout
Brian Darling
Human Events; Jun 8, 2009; 65, 20; Docstoc
pg. 15

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