Monday, March 01, 2004

WSJ.com - An Axis of Nuclear Cheating (sorry, subscriber only): "That failure [of the recent, six-way talks] became inevitable after Pyongyang announced earlier last week that, even if the United States and its allies agree to a long list of demands for everything from free fuel oil to a nonaggression pact, the rogue regime will still insist on retaining part of its nuclear program for 'peaceful purposes.'"

I'll tell you what: it's a deal. Of course, my definition of peaceful purposes means reserving the right to strap a small nuclear device (only a couple of megatons) to Kim Jong Il, while reserving the right to detonate it remotely whenever we feel like he might be threatening peace.

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