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Alan Romberg quoted in The Korea Herald on UN sanctions to North Korea

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The newly adopted U.N. sanctions on North Korea will no doubt bite the communist nation hard as long as they are rigorously enforced, but they’re unlikely to derail Pyongyang’s nuclear program and could even deepen its desperation for atomic bombs, American experts said.


Alan Romberg, a distinguished fellow at the Stimson Center in Washington, also expressed doubts about whether the sanctions will lead to a change in Pyongyang’s calculus on its nuclear and missile programs as the regime could divert whatever resources are left to the weapons programs.

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