Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Bush Stays The Course On North Korea Nukular Crisis

White House rejects North Korea talks - 10 Oct 2006 at 12:39pm - WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration rejected anew Tuesday direct talks with North Korea and said it would not be intimidated by a reported threat from Pyongyang that it could fire a nuclear-tipped missile unless the U.S. acts to resolve the standoff.
I guess the whitehouse isn't quite ready to act on James Baker's advice that the U.S. talk to its enemies.

How Bush Created a Nuclear North Korea - Political Cortex - 10/10/2006 01:42:45 PM EST - Clearly, the Bush Administration is, by far, the causal factor in Kim Jong Il's entry into Earth's 'Nukular' Club. They can blame Clinton all they want. At least he did something about this rising calamity. In 1994, the Clinton Administration reached an agreement with the DPRK that successfully froze North Korea's nuclear production for the next eight years.


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