"The U.S. is considering adding North Korea back to a list of state sponsors of terrorism . . . The Bush administration agreed to remove North Korea from the U.S. list of terrorist states after the North said it would dismantle its nuclear weapons facilities."
Putting North Korea back on the terrorism list, or passing sternly worded resolutions, will not stop North Korea from building more nuclear armed intercontinental missies capable of reaching Japan and the Middle East and Alaska.
And, whether you are on the terrorism list should depend on whether you engage in terrorism, not on whether you deserve to be punished for anything else.