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North Korea-US Relations / Economic Sanctions #1114336

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 07, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Brian Todd) The threats of retaliation from North Korea for U.N. economic sanctions due to the nuclear program & the military & diplomatic options examined. [On CNN, US Ambassador to U.N. Nikki HALEY - says we defend ourselves & our allies: all options are on the table.] [Secretary of State Rex TILLERSON - says they should stop the missile launches.] [Former asst. secretary of defense Abraham DENMARK†- talks about possible negotiations.] [Center on a New American Security Patrick CRONIN†-says the aim is to bring North Korea back to the negotiating table.] The concern about an out of control military action noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Fareed Zakaria) How President Trump's administration got U.N. support for sanctions, but getting China to act is the main alternative in shutting off North Korea because of Chinese strategic concerns about what happens if North Korea implodes, the North Korean view of its nuclear program & Zakaria's upcoming program "Why Trump Won" discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Todd, Brian;
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