TITLE

As I Say

AUTHOR(S)
Scoblic, J. Peter
PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
New Republic;
SOURCE TYPE
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Offers a look at United States President George W. Bush's stance on North Korea's nuclear weapons program in 2004. Comment made by Secretary of State Colin Powell regarding the Bush Administration's reaction to a possible nuclear bomb test by North Korea; Presentation of Bush's security strategy in regards to North Korea; Reference to Bush's 2002 State of the Union address in which he condemned North Korea's seeking of weapons of mass destruction; Focus of Bush on regime change in Iraq despite the knowledge that North Korea might be building uranium-fueled nuclear weapons; Quote of Bush regarding the benefits of preemptive action; Lack of diplomatic negotiations between the Bush Administration and North Korea.
ACCESSION #
14557404

 

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