Fred Hiatt of the Washington

Fred Hiatt of the Washington Post explains why South Korea should not dictate U.S. policy for dealing with the threat posed by North Korea’s acquisition of a nuclear arsenal. His point is that South Korea has particular interests that do not necessarily coincide with our interests, the interests of the suffering North Koreans, or those of global stability. The point is an obvious one, except to the former Clinton Adminstration appeasers, whose views seem, somehow, to be dominating the debate.

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