Public Opinion: How Should the United States Deal With North Korea?

Bush is ready to take the country off the terror list and ease sanctions—should he be tougher?

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North Korea made a long-awaited declaration of its nuclear program Thursday and then imploded its main nuclear reactor Friday morning. These moves prompted President Bush to declare that the United States plans to ease sanctions and remove the regime from the list of suspected sponsors of terrorism. Some foreign policy experts view this as a triumph of diplomacy, while conservative critics say that Bush is being insufficiently tough on the North Korean government. How should the United States handle North Korea going forward? Post your thoughts below.

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