Now and then, it’s good to check in with the other side of the world. U.S. cabinet secretaries John Kerry and Chuck Hagel have been doing that this past week – and you might think it would be hard to top the strange-but-true message their respective diplomatic displays have sent.
But you’d be underestimating the Far East if you did. To set the stage, we note that U.S. and foreign analysts believe North Korea has restarted the plutonium reactor at Yongbyon in the last few weeks. This is, of course, a move against which Pyongyang has been warned. It comes on the heels of Continue reading “Strange but True in the Far East”