The U.S. and South Korea have vowed to work toward removing North Korea's nuclear threat.
President Obama and South Korea’s president, Lee Myung-bak, spoke Tuesday at the White House. The leaders called on North Korea to “denuclearize.”
President Obama also said North Korea should choose a “path that leads to peace and economic opportunity for the people of North Korea, including full integration into the community of nations.”
A local political scientist at IPFW, James Lutz, told FOX Fort Wayne the communist country would likely not open itself up if the potential for change was undesirable for North Korea’s leadership.
Click on the video to hear from Lutz.