Rolling Blunder

Kaplan, Fred
May 2004
Washington Monthly;May2004, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p34
Discusses the factors that led to the acquisition of weapons of mass destruction by North Korea. Details of the negotiation between North Korea and the U.S. under the presidency of Bill Clinton regarding the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; Refusal of Bush to negotiate with North Korea; Inaction by Bush regarding the possible North Korean retaliatory strike; Disinterest of U.S. allies in Asia in the campaign of U.S. Vice President Richard Cheney to isolate North Korea.


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