"Robert L. Gallucci" is an Italian American academic and diplomat, who formerly worked as President of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. He previously served as Dean of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University from 1996 to June 2009. Before his appointment in 1996 he was employed for 21 years by various governmental and international agencies, including the Department of State and the United Nations.

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If we do this deal, ask how we will avoid offering a similar one to Brazil or Argentina if they decide on nuclear weapons acquisition, or our treaty ally South Korea.

I think we achieved the agreement in '94 because the North Koreans decided they needed to be more flexible and give up that nuclear weapons program. And that was a result, partially, of their condition.

There is no other country on Earth that I know of that is exporting ballistic missiles the way North Korea is. They've cornered the market.