February 02, 2023
Opinion

How the U.S. can develop a sustainable and successful policy on North Korea

In order to solve the North Korea problem, the U.S. must redefine its goals

The United States is hindered in achieving its objectives in Northeast Asia in large part due to a policy that encourages ineffective – often counterproductive – strategies.

There are three underlying causes for this. One is unavoidable due to the legal foundations of the American government, another is inevitable due to the weaknesses and vanities of human nature, but it is the third that is the largest single factor in developing an effective strategic foreign policy.