September 1994
New Republic;9/12/94, Vol. 211 Issue 11, p7
Argues that the administration of U.S. president Bill Clinton should abandon plans to sell light-water nuclear reactors to North Korea. Promotion of a technical fix to the global proliferation and security threat posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons program; Trading of North Korea's homemade graphite reactors for American-style light-water reactors supposedly less capable of making plutonium for nuclear bombs; Threat posed by light-water reactors; Satellite photos of their nuclear reactors.


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