Nuclear stubborn Iran and North Korea
If you could have a nuclear weapon, would you give it up?
North Korea doesn’t seem like it would. On September 4th, the bi-polar Pyongyang declared it was in the “last phase” of nuclear enrichment. Apparently, a North Korean spokesman even added that it was open to either “sanctions or dialogue” when talking about six-party talks.
Meanwhile, Iran is ignoring requests by the International Atomic Energy Association to “re-engage” the UN agency on questions regarding its nuclear program. Citing a rule within the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), Iran continues to enrich uranium despite many international objections.