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Can negotiations create a nuclear-free North Korea? Don't bet on it

WASHINGTON - Over the last three decades, every U.S. president has used a mix of incentives and penalties in an effort to persuade North Korea's reclusive leaders to abandon their quest for nuclear weapons.

Yet each failed, and North Korea has pushed forward with building increasingly sophisticated warheads and the ballistic missiles

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