According to a new United Nations report, North Korea is violating sanctions through ship-to-ship transfers, cyber attacks and building nuclear weapons. Neil Bhatiya, an associate fellow at the Center for a New American Security's Energy, Economics and Security program, joins CBSN to discuss the findings and what it means for U.S. relations with Pyongyang.
View the full conversation on CBS News.
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