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  • Bosworth said later the United States would consult with South Korea and other parties to the so-called six-party talks before taking additional steps.

    Talks between U.S., North Korea end

  • North Korea in 2009 walked away from the so-called six-party talks between it and five other countries—China, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the U.S.—that were aimed at persuading it to end its pursuit of nuclear weapons in exchange for economic incentives and security guarantees.

    U.S. to Aid Japanese, Push Deal on Korea

  • Meanwhile, Wi Sung-lac, South Korea's main envoy to the so-called six-party talks process, met with his North Korean counterpart Ri Yong Ho earlier in July but said the talks were "not generally positive."

    South Korea Returns Fire at North

  • The U.S., China and other countries have tried to lure North Korea back to the so-called six-party talks, in which Pyongyang has been encouraged to give up its nuclear pursuit in exchange for economic incentives and security guarantees.

    North Korea Keeps Silent on Ship's Turnaround

  • The U.S., China and other countries have tried to lure North Korea back to the so-called six-party talks, in which Pyongyang has been encouraged to give up its nuclear pursuit in exchange for economic incentives and security guarantees.

    North Korea Keeps Silent on Ship's Turnaround

  • Meeting on the sidelines of the annual Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Forum in Bali on Friday, senior nuclear negotiators from North and South Korea agreed broadly to take steps to return to a bigger diplomatic process, known as the six-party talks, which are aimed at ending the North's pursuit of nuclear weapons.

    Amid Efforts on Korea, U.S. Seeks Asia Inroads

  • The United States has been working with China, Japan, Russia and South Korea since 2003 to persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear programs through a framework known as the six-party talks.

    The Seattle Times

  • It is unclear what will become of the so-called six-party talks about the North's nuclear program, which have been stalled since 2008.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says she has been consulting other players in the so-called six-party nuclear disarmament talks, and met one of them at the State Department on Monday, her counterpart from Japan.

    News

  • The so-called six-party talks were last held three years ago, and resuming them would amount to a foreign policy coup for the Obama administration.

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