I screwed up yesterday and said the Bush administration had gotten the North Koreans to blow up the Yongbyon facility. In fact, they merely blew up the cooling tower which renders the facility unusable but could be rebuilt much more easily than the overall structure. Read Fred Kaplan for a good take on the deficiencies of this bargain and the blunders that got us to this point.

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