Averting the Unthinkable

Regime change is the only realistic policy.

Issue: Winter 2003-2004

The imminent prospect of North Korea becoming a nuclear power is the most severe threat to the security of the United States and the rest of the Western world today. The anxiety that this prospect brings with it is compounded by the fact that there are no realistic prospects of solution to this threat being offered.

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