U.S. INTELLIGENCE FLAWS PREVENTS A SOLUTION IN NORTH KOREA
Interesting piece by Prof. Roy Kim, who is a professor of International Political Economy at Drexel University and Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
I'll try to comment on this later tonight. I have to check out since I have a lot of work I have to finish this morning.
U.S. Intelligence Flaws on North Korea
False belief in regime's weakness prevents solution to nuclear crisis
What to do with nuclear North Korea? The United States has been attempting to denuclearize Pyongyang, a foreign policy objective it has yet to accomplish.
With the passage of time, North Korea has been perfecting its nuclear arsenal and missile delivery systems; and it has become all the more challenging for Washington to achieve its basic policy objective. Both the Democratic Clinton and the Republican Bush administrations have failed to tame North Korean nuclear ambitions. (full op-ed)