White House: Relationship with North Korea Unchanged

Officials say they are not worried about setting a precedent with another country, such as Iran, and each situation has to be evaluated on its own merits.

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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