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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Wang Sheng
However, Mr. Wang warned Pyongyang is unlikely to return to the negotiating table unless the U.S. lifts financial sanctions, agrees to meet with the North one-on-one and offers a formal guarantee that it will not use military force against the DPRK.
Pyongyang is also eager to see the talks restart because it is in dire need of financial assistance after recent floods, a botched currency reform and the suspension of aid from South Korea and others after the North's last nuclear test, Jilin University professor Wang Sheng wrote in an editorial appearing in the official China Daily newspaper on Thursday.