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November 18, 2020
The Financial Footprints of North Korea’s Hackers
Efforts by the international community to prevent North Korea from obtaining and expanding its nuclear weapons program have largely failed. As North Korea continues to successfully evade U.S. and UN sanctions, what can the United States do? A new explainer from CNAS explores recommendations for exposing the financial footprints of North Korea’s hackers.
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