Monday, August 31, 2009


North Korea Watch: How to Deal

This piece in today's Korea Times sounds like good advice, especially the part about "bored contempt."

"Treat North Korean provocations with bored contempt. The U.S. needs to reward the North when it acts responsibly and punish or ignore it when it acts badly. Reprogramming the DPRK won't be easy, but the regime has been on markedly better behavior over the last month than previously. For that Washington and other nations should respond favorably."

North Korea's threats, when matched with its actions in recent years, are deserving of nothing more.


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