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Washington: New American Security Center, CNAS, Dr. Patrick Cronin, let's share with more stories. (News) Nice to meet you was. Thank you.(News) (if the Obama re-election fails and the) Republican Party next election victory in the new administration's North Korea policy, also there are changes that do you think?(Cronin, Ph.D.), president elect after the North as well as the world's leaders willing to negotiate with any country that also has balhinba. Republican in the next year moving to the White House is much tougher than that, if North Korea would spill out of the tone: a realistic goal, but the Republican presidential democratic parties are similar. Therefore, the United States policy toward North Korea largely unchanged'll not only next year, South Korea in the presidential election progressive regime entering, Korea's engagement policy toward North Korea, that is, the Sunshine Policy Keynote switch back to, if Seoul and Washington's North Korea policy keynote significant difference would seem : (reporter) being raised in recent jaegaeseol six-party talks early next year, and so do you do about the prospect? (Dr. Cronin) North Korea has a great gift for the countries concerned of six-party talks would be back on the table is saying: 'Good Gifts' Iran North Korea uranium enrichment facility (centrifuges) permit for the temple is likely to be around. A step-by-step progress in the denuclearization may be evaluated.And in return, North Korea's 2012 economic compensation powerful nation 'can be achieved according to celebrate the time There'll be disappointed of course, can not be ruled out that the situation likely to evolve. (reporter ) will be up here today. Thank you.(Dr. Cronin) Thank you.
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