Monday, April 8, 2013

Paleos on the D.P.R.K.

  • Srđa Trifković remindsus that "North Korea is using bizarre rhetoric—as it has done many times before—but there is no 'real and present danger,' because the country’s nuclear and missile delivery capabilities are rudimentary now and will remain so for years to come" — A Storm in a Korean Teacup.

  • Pat Buchanan asks, "Why is South Korea’s defense our responsibility, 60 years after President Eisenhower ended the Korean War?" — Is War With North Korea Inevitable?

  • Reminding us of "the 28,500 military personnel stationed in South Korea, Doug Bandow advocates "bringing them home, leaving North Korea's neighbors to deal with Pyongyang" — North Korea Is Someone Else's Problem.
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