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|quote="First, instead of backing off, the president should authorize the imposition of further financial sanctions on the North. He should also quietly tell Beijing that, unless it is willing to clean its own house, the U.S. government will follow the money trail of North Korea's counterfeiting and smuggling wherever it leads, even if this means going after banks, front companies, and individuals in China."
 
|quote="First, instead of backing off, the president should authorize the imposition of further financial sanctions on the North. He should also quietly tell Beijing that, unless it is willing to clean its own house, the U.S. government will follow the money trail of North Korea's counterfeiting and smuggling wherever it leads, even if this means going after banks, front companies, and individuals in China."
 
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{{opinion|North Korean nuclear crisis|China should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions|for}}
 
{{opinion|North Korean nuclear crisis|China should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions|for}}
 
{{opinion|North Korean nuclear crisis|Economic sanctions should be placed on North Korea|for}}
 
{{opinion|North Korean nuclear crisis|Economic sanctions should be placed on North Korea|for}}

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Author(s) Dan Blumenthal
Source The Weekly Standard
Date February 5, 2007
URL http://weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/013/246vdcgk.asp
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Quotes-start.png "First, instead of backing off, the president should authorize the imposition of further financial sanctions on the North. He should also quietly tell Beijing that, unless it is willing to clean its own house, the U.S. government will follow the money trail of North Korea's counterfeiting and smuggling wherever it leads, even if this means going after banks, front companies, and individuals in China." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position China should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions on the topic North Korean nuclear crisis.


This item argues for the position Economic sanctions should be placed on North Korea on the topic North Korean nuclear crisis.