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  • Natsios urged the use of stronger language and international support, saying that current policy negotiations "have been an abject failure," and that North Korea has continued its nuclear proliferation and human rights violations despite "moderately" phrased declarations decrying the regime’s tactics.

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  • "The U.S. is pressing African and Arab governments to arrest him and send him to the [court] for prosecution. Why isn't the U.S. government arresting him if we support the indictment?" said Mr. Natsios, who is currently director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A&M University.

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