March 23, 2012

Don't Punish Kim Jong-un's People for His Missile Madness

Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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U.S. policy toward North Korea is crazy -- that is, if you believe the old chestnut that insanity means repeatedly doing the same thing and expecting different results.

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