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So, North Korea has gone and blown up their nuclear cooling tower and told us all about their nuclear program. In exchange we are lifting...




So, North Korea has gone and blown up their nuclear cooling tower and told us all about their nuclear program. In exchange we are lifting sanctions and maybe even taking them off the Axis of Evil (like this is some official designation that the countries really want to get off of). Now, we're sure that there are lots of spies and diplomats working on this and that everything is ok, but really, Kim Jong Il is just going to say "after all those years, I've suddenly decided to end my nuclear program. Please send food." And we're just going to say: "Sounds good." We're not going to say: "You have obviously completed your secret nuclear reactor that we don't know about so you can blow up the one we do know about?" This is the oldest trick in the book! Kim Jong Il is laughing all the way to the Segway shipments right now while gleefully running around his underground reactor.

For more, read our Guide to North Korea.
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