Monday, October 28, 2002

Garfinkel proposes a long-term diplomatic solution to the problem of North Korea. It involves concerted effort on the parts of the 4 neighbor nations. There is much good to be said by this approach. What makes it work is that North Korea has no other options.

This brings on the question: is it at all possible to resolve the problem of Iraq in a similar fashion? If so, why the rush to war?

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