Obama: US won't 'be cowed' by North Korea

Obama US wont be cowe

February 9, 2010 15:57

President Barack Obama said on Saturday that the US and the world will not "be cowed" by North Korea's threats and nuclear belligerence. Delivering a major address in Tokyo, the US president said that Pyongyang must learn that its failure to meet international obligations on its nuclear arsenal "will lead only to less security - not more." The president said a brighter future for isolated North Korea lay only in its return to six-party talks with the United States, Japan, South Korea, China and Russia.

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