Pyongyang, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF: This file photo dated 10 October, 2005 from North Korean agency KCNA shows North Korean People's Army soldiers marching at Kim Il-Sung Square in Pyongyang in a military parade to mark the 60th anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea. North Korea announced 09 October, 2006 it had carried out its first test of an atomic bomb, defying international pressure that tried to keep the secretive regime from becoming one of the world's nuclear powers. (KCNA VIA KOREAN NEWS SERVICE/AFP/Getty Images)
North Korea's nuclear deal
While the Bush administration hails the recent deal to begin dismantling North Korea's nuclear program as a breakthrough, critics say the agreement is flawed. Midmorning talks with two nuclear weapons experts about what exactly was achieved.
Joseph Cirincione: Senior vice president for national security and international policy at the Center for American Progress.
Bruce Klingner: Senior research fellow for Northeast Asia in the Asian Studies Center at the Heritage Foundation.