North Korean Nukes a Problem for Dubya Policy

From The Scotsman comes an interesting analysis of the history of the United States’ actions with respect to North Korea’s nuclear arms program. With the admission by the North Koreans this week that they’ve been blowing off the agreement they’d previously entered into not to be naughty in this particular way, it puts dubya on the spot. Aren’t actual North Korean nukes (along with the missiles to deliver them) a more urgent problem than hypothetical future Iraqi nukes? Unless, of course, the fact that Iraq is sitting on 20% of the world’s petroleum supply is part of the equation.

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