America has options that do not involve taking a hands-off approach to Iran or invading and occupying it.
If America’s experiences in dealing with Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and others have proven anything, it is that rogue states can play their game all day long.
The United States does not have the experience to draw upon that would guide it through a military action against the DPRK.
The more likely threat coming out of Pyongyang is not a nuclear attack, but its ability to sow discontent and division among its adversaries.
No matter if the international relationship with Pyongyang results in war or diplomacy, all roads forward lead to the abyss.
The Syrian Civil War has been steadily becoming a great-power conflict since 2014.
North Korea has learned from the Qaddafi regime the importance of maintaining its nukes.
What if South Korean President Chun Doo-Hwan had been killed in the 1983 Rangoon bombing?
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