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DPRK's N-test misfires at home and abroad

Following Democratic People's Republic of Korea’s nuclear test last week, the Republic of Korea said it would join the Proliferation Security Initiatives or PSI.

Pyongyang responded by abandoning the truce signed in 1953 to end the Korean War, and threatened to attack if Seoul tried to search DPRK vessels under the PSI program.

China has not taken part in the PSI. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang pointed out Tuesday that the program risked departing from international law.

If China joins other nations in coming down harshly on Pyongyang, he told the Washington Post, Beijing's role "will be changed from a contact man to the enemy of the DPRK".

还有最后一段怎么翻译呢?无法理解coming down harshly on Pyongyang,大家帮帮忙,谢谢

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