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Lecture by Mr. Cho Whan Bok


North Korean nuclear issue has drawn considerable attention in the international community. The Six Party Talks has made important progress in addressing the issue. However, high hopes were diminished with the unexpected turn of events beginning with the U.S. financial measures against the Banco Delta Asia of Macau. With the launch of the North Korean missiles and its nuclear test in July and October respectively, the nuclear issue could be headed for a prolonged stalemate or even a full-brown crisis. The present situation, while seemingly deadlocked, should instead be seen as a crucial juncture in Northeast Asia's movement toward peace.