Category: North Korea Policy

There are many roads for North Korea policy – Most of them lead to war

By striving to avoid war, we risk stumbling right into one. As tensions on the Korean peninsula continue to rise and the risks of a second Korean War grow ever greater, the debate on how to properly address the North Korean situation continues to rage. Despite the various ideas and concepts on how to rectify the situation, it seems that… Read more →

Negotiations, Engagement, and the Dangers of Allowing North Korea’s Nuclear Blackmail Experiment to Succeed

North Korean affairs have reached a fever pitch in the past several months. After several tests of medium range and intercontinental missile technology as well what appears to be a hydrogen bomb test, North Korea seems closer than ever to developing a missile system that can put major US cities within range of a nuclear strike, thus creating a reliable… Read more →