November 3, 2012

The Next Four Years with N. Korea

Michael Green, JoongAng Daily

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While each of these potential secretaries of state has their own experiences and characteristics, none is a fire-breathing liberal or regime-change neocon. And none is new to the diplomacy of the Korean Peninsula. The next administration in Seoul can take considerable comfort in that.

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