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Modern East Asia
Updated: 2/20/2020
Modern East Asia
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  • North Korea participates in talks with 5 other countries, that finish on September 19, 2005, including the U.S. on the subject of it's nuclear program. It states it will terminate the program as long as South Korea also has no relation to nuclear weapons. It will however, still use peaceful nuclear technology. Thus, North Korea will rejoin the NPT and the IAEA.
  • March 12, 1993. North Korea says they will withdraw from the NPT due to 'supreme national security' reasons.June 11, 1993. After talks with the U.S., North Korea agrees to not leave the NPT and to follow IAEA safeguards.July 19, 1993. In round two of talks between North Korea and the U.S., North Korea states it will talk with the IAEA about their nuclear safety problems.February 15. 1994. North Korea allows IAEA to inspect all of its nuclear facilities.
  • September 19, 2005
  • Missiles! Peace! Nuclear Weapons!
  • North Korea did not finish their safeguard agreement within 18 months, using U.S. nuclear weapons in South Korea as an excuse
  • December 12, 1985
  • Ugh. Fine North Korea will agree to the NPT and will follow the IAEA safeguards within the required 18 months.
  • We can no longer deal with you having access to nuclear technology. Join the NPT and follow the safeguards.
  • All you IAEA inspectors need to leave now!
  • December 27, 2002
  • We, the great nation of North Korea, have produced nuclear weapons.
  • Febuary 10, 2005
  • Febuary 10, 2005
  • All of the safeguards have been completed. We're ready for confirmation from the IAEA
  • January 30, 1992
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