Is it too late for diplomacy with North Korea? An Interview with Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Deputy Assistant to President Trump

(National Interest) North Korea’s deeply buried and hardened missile sites and artillery installations just north of the demilitarized zone are a clear and present danger to Seoul, an urban mega-center and South Korea’s capital. North Korea’s missile capability and emergent nuclear weapons are a clear and present danger to Japan, and soon to the United States. Deputy Assistant to President Trump, Dr. Sebastian Gorka joined Lars to discuss if diplomacy is even possible with North Korea.

 

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