A ray of hope in North Korea amid fears of an attack on Iran

February 2007
New Statesman;2/19/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4832, p4
In this editorial the writers comment on the continuing war in Iraq and on the possibility that the United States will attack Iran. They note continued negotiation between the European Union and Iran over nuclear development. They applaud an agreement which will end North Korea's development of nuclear weapons.


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