[...] North Korea suspended "disabling" the Yongbyon nuclear facility and threatened to reverse the process entirely to protest not being removed from the United States' list of state sponsors of terrorism. The main political consequence, especially given two successive weak and appeasement-minded South Korean government, was a hopelessly weak U.S. bargaining position. [...] even in the narrow nuclear field, successive waves of U.S.\n In the second term, policy coherence emerged, unfortunately all in the wrong direction, embracing a diplomacy doomed to failure.
One Korea John Bolton The National Interest; Nov/Dec 2008; 98; Docstoc pg. 25 Reproduced with permission of the co
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