It’s good that the United States and North Korea have tentatively agreed on a deal under which Pyongyang would end its nuclear weapons program in exchange for energy aid.
In essence, it seems similar to the 1994 bargain struck by President Clinton to trade fuel aid for a North Korean nuclear ban. Conservatives, including those in the Bush administration, love to hate that deal. But if this one holds up, how is it any different?
It confirms the wisdom of at least trying diplomacy with our enemies. Why not talk to Iran?
Posted by Randy Scholfield
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