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Bush and Roh leave key issue open

A summit meeting between President George W. Bush and President Roh Moo Hyun of South Korea ended with assurances that ties between their two countries remained strong, but analysts said Sunday that the meeting failed to answer a critical question: Are the two allies on the same page on how to bring North Korea back to the negotiating table? Following their meeting on Friday in Washington, Bush and Roh dismissed reports of strains in their countries’ alliance, and they reconfirmed the ties as strong and important. Full Story

 

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