April 06, 2020

A North Korean crisis could be a defining moment for Trump
History shows that under the new administration, the DPRK will never be far from headlines
When a very green Clinton Administration took office in 1993, the major foreign policy focus was on the lingering fallout from the fall of the Berlin Wall and subsequent dissolution of the Soviet Empire, the aftermath of the First Gulf War, and re-engagement with China following the Tiananmen Square massacre.Little thought was given to a hermetically-sealed, backwater of a country situated in