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February 15, 2003

Korea and MAP

A really nice post recently by Aaron Bergman on the mess we’ve gotten ourselves into with North Korea. The one element, that Aaron fails to mention, contributing to the Administration’s frightfully bad decisions leading up to the current mess is their visceral “Whatever Clinton did, we shall do contrawise” (e.g., with respect to the Agreed Framework).

He also has a nice summary and some links about this week’s WMAP data.

Posted by distler at February 15, 2003 2:41 AM

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