How Light Water Reactors Figure into Negotiations with North Korea

By Jeff Goldstein | July 1, 2009

North Korea badly needs energy assistance and has long wanted it in the form of
light water reactors, creating a potential bargaining chip in the next round of
discussions with Pyongyang.

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