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Listen: What would an oil embargo mean to North Korea, which produces no petroleum?

Ahead of a possible United Nations Security Council vote Monday on an oil embargo to North Korea, Capitol Crude sits down with William Brown, an adjunct professor at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service and an expert on North Korea.

Senior oil editors Brian Scheid and Meghan Gordon talk with Brown about the history of North Korea's oil trade and the potential impact of an international blockade. How have China's crude and refined oil product flows into North Korea changed, and how could the Trump administration's approach to the situation be perceived?


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