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A U.S. source says Pakistan is selling nuclear materials to North Korea with China's knowledge. Should Pakistan face sanctions?

  • Yes, and maybe China, too.

    China spoiling his name by supporting Pakistan.. definitely, Pakistan going to share the nuclear technology with ISIS or Taliban to take revenge against the USA and European countries... Known fact and still China wants to pretend as well as act as an apologist to the failed nation. China's other illegal business to sell nukes via Pakistan

  • Let's cut off support to Pakistan

    The U.S. has always had a contentious relationship with countries in the Middle East, and now it looks like things might get more serious with our relationship to Pakistan. Pakistan is in cahoots with China to sell nuclear materials to the volatile "Hermit Nation" of North Korea. This is grounds for us to introduce sanctions on Pakistan - we can't support the proliferation of nuclear weapons in North Korea.

  • Yes, Pakistan should face sanctions.

    Selling nuclear materials to a dangerous regime like North Korea is a serious offense. Pakistan should face sanctions if the country is indeed selling such materials to the North Koreans. The World must not tolerate the proliferation of nuclear weapons to dangerous, rogue regimes. Pakistan should be held accountable if these allegations turn out to be true.

  • Yes, Pakistan should face sanctions if it is selling nuclear materials to North Korea with China's knowledge

    Yes, Pakistan should face sanctions if it is selling nuclear materials to North Korea with China's knowledge. The country should not be selling nuclear material to North Korea. In fact, it is not simply Pakistan that should face sanctions. If China has knowledge of these actions. China should face sanctions as well.

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