How Not to Deal with North Korea

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Author(s) Richard J. Bernstein
Source New York Review of Books
Date February 1, 2007
Quotes-start.png "Officially, the Bush administration rejects the one approach that has proven useful in the past: formal, high-level, one-on-one negotiations with Pyongyang of the sort that Clinton pursued ... The situation can only be seen as a major failure of the Bush administration, which, despite all its bluster about the axis of evil and the use of preemptive military force to combat it, has yet to find a way either to punish North Korea for pursuing nuclear weapons or to offer rewards for it to stop its program." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United States should negotiate with North Korea on the topic North Korean nuclear crisis.