Could Arbitration Help Resolve the Present Crisis with North Korea?

My San Antonio

March 26, 2018

Polls suggest that 73 percent of Americans see North Korea as the biggest immediate threat to the United States. Previous efforts to resolve the ongoing conflict have been unsatisfying or disappointing: "If these talks fail or lead to frustration, the temptation to resort to military force could ratchet up quickly. And if such direct engagement efforts fall short of expectations, international arbitration might provide — as it has in the past — an alternative to conflict."

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