Alia K. Nardini
North Korea’s erratic leader is stirring fears of nuclear war. But a detached assessment of the options available makes clear that there can be no military solution that does not involve mass destruction. Hence, diplomacy is the only way out.
Since 9/11 American presidents have tried to formulate a strategy for combating terrorism both at home and abroad. With their respective successes and failures, each president’s approach has had a profound effect on the strategy of the subsequent administration.