[KS] Big article on NK war gaming in Atlantic Monthly

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Thu Jun 9 11:09:11 EDT 2005

Dear all,

I just posted this at NKZone. Listmembers may also be interested.

Separately, Don Oberdorfer has a fine piece on dealing with the 
North Korean nuclear threat at www.fpri.org. They've sent it out 
to subscribers (subscription is free), but so far on their website
it's only available as audio or video. Text will no doubt follow.

Aidan FC


Big article on NK war gaming in Atlantic Monthly

Atlantic Monthly recently published a long article by one Scott Stossel
which will interest NKZone readers. See blurb below.

Full text is in principle for subscribers only. However, I found it at:
(Better hurry, as they may shut this down.)

Thanks to northkoreatimes.com for the heads-up on this, or I might have 
missed it. 
Their links don't always work, but this one did: it was 

(This wasn't in fact to the Atlantic, but to a fairly thin summary on Dong-a 
But at least it alerted me.)

Aidan  FC

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The Atlantic Monthly | July/August 2005 

North Korea: The War Game 

Dealing with North Korea could make Iraq look like child's play
—and the longer we wait, the harder it will get. 

That's the message of a Pentagon-style war game involving some
of this country's most prominent foreign-policy strategists 

by Scott Stossel 


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