The North Korean Nuclear Crisis

  • In-Taek Hyun
  • Sung Deuk Hahm


The second North Korean nuclear crisis erupted in October 2002, when the United States accused North Korea of running a secret uranium-enrichment program in violation of the 1994 Agreed Framework.1 In December 2002, the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO), a U.S.-led consortium created by the 1994 Agreed Framework to supply North Korea with alternative energy resources, suspended heavy oil shipments to North Korea.


Korean Peninsula Security Council Nuclear Weapon Bush Administration Agree Framework 
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  • In-Taek Hyun
  • Sung Deuk Hahm

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