The pattern of failure of diplomatic approaches to North Korea is hard to overlook

Roger L. Simon:
Korea and the Democrats' Deep Psychological Fear that Trump Is Right
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This although almost any grown-up not comatose knows that "diplomatic" language has been employed by the U.S. ad nauseam for that purpose for the last twenty-five years through three administrations with no discernible impact whatsoever. Indeed, "abject failure" would be an accurate characterization of our diplomatic policy vis-a-vis the NORKS. If you view this video of Bill Clinton extolling his administration's "successful," diplomatically-achieved nuclear deal with Pyongyang back in 2006, the word "nitwit" does come to mind, but it's not about Trump. Here's Madeleine Albright in another glorious moment of diplomatic achievement with Kim Jong-un's dad Kim Jong-il laying on the splendor in Pyongyang Stadium before signing some meaningless agreement whose import is known only to Dennis Rodman.
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There is much more.   Simon recounts all the diplomatic failures from Clinton to the present.  Diplomacy has become the excuse for putting forward the day of reckoning while insuring it will be worse with each delay.

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