( i think there's a similar article on www.ap.org. )
Looks like N. Korea has finally given up on making Nukes for now. They seem to have pushed the envelope for heavy concessions by the U.S. and other nations. Namely free electricity from us so that they won't have to have a nuclear reactor.
Good news. Although they did say that they would stop building nukes they didnt say what would happen w/ their current -- probably < 10 usable --stockpiles. I am glad that the diplomatic focus can now be applied to Iran/Iraq rather than North Korea as well. Thats one less hassle. Any other discussion/thoughts?