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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Lim Sung-Nam
Prospects for resuming multilateral talks over North Korea's nuclear weapons are not "bright," says South Korea's top negotiator, offering a gloomy assessment of the North's behavior in the wake of its recent leadership change.
Mr. Lim also urged China, which remains North Korea's major patron, to use its leverage.
"China might able to do more to lead North Korea in the right direction, to the right side of history," he said.