White House: Relationship with North Korea Unchanged

Obama administration officials say U.S. policy toward North Korea remains the same as it was a week ago. Despite suggestions from observers that this week's gestures from Pyongyang may indicate a desire by Kim Jong-Il to re-set the U.S.-North Korean relationship, the White House says future North Korean actions relating to its nuclear program are the only true way to judge whether that's true.

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