North Korea: Just say no

Bacevich, A.J.
July 1994
America;7/16/1994, Vol. 171 Issue 2, p12
Makes observations concerning North Korea. Nuclear bomb threat; Policy of the Clinton administration against North Korea; Effectiveness of economic sanctions in reforming authoritarian regimes; Military options for liquidating North Korea's nuclear bomb threat.


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