In PacNet 46, Ralph Cossa argued that a visit to North Korea by President Clinton would be premature and potentially counterproductive to efforts to promote North-South dialogue on security issues. In PacNet 50, he argues that President-elect Bush should privately urge Clinton not to go. Some readers, including Alan Romberg (see below), have disagreed. What do you think? Please take a minute and fill out the short questionnaire and send it back to us and we will let you know the results early in the new year.
PacNet #51 – Should Clinton Go to North Korea?
December 23, 2000