North Korea's attempt at brinkmanship has much of the world on edge. What a conundrum--how to defang the belligerent regime of Kim Jong Il. His defiance of the international community is exceeded only by its apparent determination to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile. What makes such a specter totally unthinkable, of course, is that this pariah of a nation likely already possesses a handful of nuclear weapons. Clearly, Kim has visions of a larger stockpile. In theory, a perfected ...
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