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Pentagon making plans if N.Korea abandons talks

The Pentagon said on Thursday it was preparing for the possibility that North Korea had decided to abandon six-party nuclear talks and a top official said diplomacy with Pyongyang would soon have to produce results. At a congressional hearing, Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill and Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Richard Lawless — the Bush administration’s senior Asia experts — kept up the pressure on Pyongyang to return to the negotiating table and promised U.S. “flexibility” if it did.Full Story

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