April 21, 2017
Stability on the Korean Peninsula has been an issue ever since the armistice on July 27,1953. With all the saber-rattling going on, with threats from North Korea that it will turn Seoul into “a sea of fire,” with the possibility of a nuclear-tipped rocket reaching the West Coast, we can no longer afford to do nothing.
Over time we’ve explored diplomatic channels to broker a freeze in the North’s nuclear program only to be repeatedly rebuked. Inducements included normalization of relations, offers of food and economic aid, and repeated attempts at guaranteeing sovereignty and securi...