Seoul, South Korea (CNN) – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced tougher sanctions Wednesday against North Korea, including freezing some assets in an attempt to keep the Communist dictatorship from buying and selling arms.
The announcement came as Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates visited South Korea, part of a rare high-level meeting with members of the government of the key Asian ally.
The U.S. delegation arrived in Seoul this week to show support for South Korea over the sinking in March of the warship Chenonan.
A multinational investigation found North Korea responsible for the torpedo attack that killed 46 South Korean sailors.
This ought to really scare the heck out of them !!!!
Oh yes, more sanctions. How wonderful! We see how well they are working in Iran. As that first nuclear missile comes across our waters, Billary can say "But we had sanctions against them."
sanctions on north korea ,why because you tell them do as i say ,not as i do ,maybe they don't want to become one of your puppets
A strongly worded memo to be arriving soon!
North Korea is quaking with fear at Clinton's sanctions!
OMG, this government is constantly fiddling with other governments. You call this good governance?
"Clinton announces new sanctions against North Korea"
In other words, "Halt! Or shall be forced to cry, 'Halt!' again!"
Maybe It's time to share our 500 megaton nuke technology with the North Koreans ... up close and personal.
Why don't we just nuke em and be done with it??