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The Myth of Precision Guided Coercion

Note: this is cross posted from an essay in Counterpunch that can be found here ... CS June 22, 2011 From Serbia to Libya The Myth of Precision-Guided Coercion...

A Gershwin Offensive in North Korea

On a frigid Monday afternoon, under a fading sun and a beaming visage of Kim Il Sung, the late "Great Leader" of North Korea, the music director of the New York...

Playing Ball With North Korea

U.S. policy toward North Korea has now officially flip-flopped: A little over five years ago, President Bush declared an end to the Clinton-era policy of...

What North Korea Wants

Figuring out the thinking of the regime in Pyongyang is a full-time occupation for a small army of intelligence analysts and diplomats around the world. And...

Person of the Week

Person of the Week I'M BACK The Chinese government once said he was a "whore" and a "sinner for a thousand generations." But when former Hong Kong Guv and...

Signs Of The Times

In the land of the blind, the old saying has it, the one-eyed man is king. In a country intimidated into silence, a signer for the deaf was among the first to...

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