North Korea

For Kim, his regime ‘ain’t broke’ — so why fix it?

Please read this piece by my colleague Paul Roderick Gregory in The Hill The agreement that President Donald Trump is offering Kim Jong Un carries uncertain rewards and considerable risk for Kim. Trump’s offer is based on the false assumption that Kim wants a prosperous country from which he and the people of North Korea can benefit. …

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Revolution and Worse to Come

Victor Davis Hanson // National Review When legal bloodhounds and baying critics fail to take out Trump, what’s next? The Resistance wants Trump’s head — on the chopping block. On the domestic and foreign fronts, the Trump administration has prompted economic growth and restored U.S. deterrence. Polls show increased consumer confidence, and in some, Trump …

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Who’s Really Winning the North Korea Standoff?

Victor Davis Hanson // National Review There have been wild reports that the United States is considering a “bloody nose” preemptive attack of some sort on North Korea’s nuclear arsenal. Such rumors are unlikely to prove true. Preemptive attacks usually are based on the idea that things will so worsen that hitting first is the …

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North Korea Knowns and Unknowns

by Victor Davis Hanson// National Review   We are in the middle, not at the end, of a long North Korean crisis.   No one really knows all that much about North Korea’s nuclear or conventional military capability or its strategic agenda. Are its nuclear missiles reliably lethal, are they as long-ranged and accurate as …

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