Is That A Plutonium Rod In The Cargo Bay Or Is North Korea Just Happy To See Burma?

Posted: June 1, 2010 in ASEAN, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Burma, China Post, North Korea, Nuclear Proliferation, UN Security Council
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From the China Post:

The U.S. action was swift following confirmation of a North Korean ship with suspicious arms cargoes docking in Burma last month in violation of the U.N. Security Council Resolution 1874.


Washington wanted to send a strong signal to Burma and the rest of ASEAN that unless something was done about Burma’s compliance with the relevant U.N. resolutions on North Korean sanctions, there would be dire consequences.


This week, a special report on a huge new body of information (on Burma’s nuclear efforts), with expert comment from a former official working for the International Atomic Energy Agency, will be released.

Stuff in parens added for clarity.


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