War Paths

Beinart, Peter
February 2002
New Republic;2/18/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 6, p6
Comments on the State of the Union address of United States President George W. Bush. Idea that Bush's proposed extension of the war on terrorism to Iran, North Korea, and Iraq is really a new war with the goal of stopping the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; Information that North Korea's primary link to terrorism is its refusal to hand over some Japanese Communists who hijacked an airliner in 1970; Criterion on which it can be decided whether the Bush administration is serious about the war against terrorism; Statement that the United States isn't going to war with North Korea or Iran because it would probably destroy her alliance with South Korea; Policy of Bush on fuel efficiency; Discussion of measures which should be taken to keep bad regimes from getting weapons of mass destruction and to secure the United States' independence from foreign oil.


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