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Monday, September 19, 2005


Although there are still many kinks to work out in the agreement, this morning's NYT article, which reports that North Korea will abandon its nuclear weapon efforts, is good news indeed.  As Ian Buruma's review essay in the New Yorker capably demonstrated, North Korean leadership is demented and tyrannical.  It's not difficult, then, to offer praise and salutations to the Bushies who, within the Administration, prodded for a change in tone in negotiations.  I also grudgingly remit thanks to the Chinese government, which appears to have done the lion's share of the work in keeping the parties at the table.  Whether the agreement sticks, I can't say; but it lends promise to resolving perhaps the most difficult foreign policy issue of our day.      

Posted by Administrators on September 19, 2005 at 08:47 AM in Law and Politics | Permalink


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