Time to Roll in North Korea?

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photoIs it time for the United States to consider a military force against North Korea? The nuclear clock is ticking, warns former Ambassador Dennis Ross in a sharply-worded editorial in the Washington Post. And he's not the only one questioning how the Bush administration is handling the situation.

Are you still confident this matter can be resolved through diplomatic and peaceful means? Would flexing America's military might bring North Korea to the bargaining table? Would it lead to war?


Don Oberdorfer, author of "The Two Koreas," former
diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post, and
Journalist-in-Residence at Johns Hopkins University

Balbina Hwang, Policy Analyst for Northeast Asian Studies at the Heritage Foundation and lecturer at Georgetown University ;James Clay Moltz, Assistant Director and Research Professor at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at The Monterey Institute of International Studies

William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard magazine

Ret. General Wesley Clark, former Allied Supreme Commander in Europe from 1997-2000

This program aired on January 10, 2003.


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