Why North Korea and Iran get accused of nuclear collusion | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Why North Korea and Iran get accused of nuclear collusion | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: Iran and North Korea are often rhetorically linked, most famously in President George W. Bush's 2002 speech in which he labeled them part of an 'axis of evil.' In practice, however, they have been largely treated as separate challenges for American foreign policy. There are good reasons for this. The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea are in different regions, have different economies and political systems, and affect different sets of US allies.

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