DIPLOMACY: Down the Risky Path

As Clinton and Kim Il Sung go head-to-head on nuclear weapons, their test of wills grows more dangerous

Bill Clinton went to Europe last week to honor the brave men and decisive leaders who made D-day a great victory 50 years ago. At ceremonies in Italy, Britain and France, he basked in the symbolism of past wartime glory, dining with royalty and renewing links with leaders of the Atlantic alliance that had its roots in World War II. But all the grand remembrance could not keep his focus entirely on the battles of what is often called the last good war. North Korea was forcing him to recall one of the bad ones -- the Korean War of 1950-53,...

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