Can North Korea Be Stopped?

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John Bolton argues it is time for a harsh crackdown on a misbehaving North, while James Kelly thinks we need to give talks a chance.

Issue: Nov-Dec 2008

A nuclear North Korea is more than a foreign-policy irritant. Sharing radioactive knowledge with other malcontents would be a disaster. With current negotiations facing hard times, two former statesmen go head-to-head on how to handle the DPRK. John Bolton argues it is time for a harsh crackdown on a misbehaving North, while James Kelly thinks we need to give talks a chance.

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