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1 posted on 07/23/2003 3:37:05 AM PDT by Enemy Of The State
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2 posted on 07/23/2003 3:40:39 AM PDT by Nitro
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A military strike against North Korea would have unexpected economic consequences for the US,... China would fundamentally reassess its heretofore productive strategy of economic engagement with America,

The writer is clueless. The CHICOMS need us. We don't need them. If we don't buy, China collapses. It's that simple.

3 posted on 07/23/2003 3:49:45 AM PDT by AmericaUnited
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"How to win in North Korea - without firing a shot."

The author, Tom Plate never actually addresses the title of the article. He gives lots of conjecture and outright excuses about why he doesn’t think N. Korea should be attacked. He never addresses the fact that the decision really hinges on N. Korea’s own actions.

What does he think will happen if portions of S. Korea disappear in mushroom clouds; that is good for the world economy? What happens to the US economy if SF, LA, WA, NY, etc do the same?

No solution here people, move on…

5 posted on 07/23/2003 4:26:52 AM PDT by El Laton Caliente
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7 posted on 07/23/2003 5:01:01 AM PDT by Puppage (You may disagree with what I have to say, but I will defend to your death my right to say it)
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Wouldn't it be horrible for the government of North Korea if every North Korean would take a brief vacation into South Korea?

Of course, none of them would want to return!

Bye bye, Dear Leader!



9 posted on 07/23/2003 6:17:50 AM PDT by RonHolzwarth
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, a policy of restraint is the muscular move. It's the only path to peace on the tense and dangerous Korean peninsula.

Yeah, its worked great so far. Really helped keep them from acquiring nukes, didn't it professor?

I don't understand how anyone thinks we can "negotiate" with a country who won't honor its agreements. It's pointless.
10 posted on 07/23/2003 6:19:40 AM PDT by babyface00
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