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Is Richard Armitage the answer to N. Korea?

Discussion in 'Issues Around the World' started by rowd, Jan 11, 2003.

  1. rowd

    rowd Spark Maker

    <i>Far from knowing all the ins and outs of international chess and how to pull a rabbit out of the hat, I never the less read this article by Bill Keller N.Y.T. with interest. He sounds like he has an idea that might work but I am ignorant to the working of policy wonks and the like.</i>
    Comments would be appreciate

  2. jamming

    jamming Banned

    No, he is not the Answer.
  3. Sierra Mike

    Sierra Mike The Dude Abides Staff Member

    Comment #1: Don't post 100% of an article. Post 10-15% and a link.

    Comment #2: Interesting spin. A lot of what's been said here in the article could be convertible to actual action, but Armitage is hardly without his own detractors. A lot of this depends upon real-world events, which are spiralling a bit into the state of Neverending Virtriol.

  4. bruzzes

    bruzzes Truthslayer

    An interesting article Rowd. Thank you for posting it.

    Whether Armitage is the answer or not I cannot say.
    North Korea seems to be <strike>requesting</strike> demanding appeasement to it's blackmail threat.

    The prior agreement if enforcable quid pro quo certainly sounded like the best of all worlds. I do hope that diplomacy with the world members involved can diffuse the situation before stronger measures are applied.

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