Salvaging Our North Korea Policy

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Author(s) John Bolton
Source The Wall Street Journal
Date March 17, 2008
URL http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120571176083740265.html
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Quotes-start.png "China has feared to apply such pressure, worried that it could collapse Kim Jong-il's regime altogether -- an accurate assessment of the regime's limited staying power. Nonetheless, the effect of Chinese reticence has been to preserve Kim and his nuclear program. It is vital that China know this policy is no longer viable." Quotes-end.png


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


This item argues for the position Economic sanctions should be placed on North Korea on the topic North Korean nuclear crisis.


This item argues for the position China should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions on the topic North Korean nuclear crisis.