A view shows the Hekou Bridge, which was destroyed during the Korean war, on the Yalu River as seen near the North Korean county of Chongsong opposite the Chinese border town of Hekou, northeastern China's Liaoning province (REUTERS/Jason Lee).
Facing the Facts: Towards a New U.S. North Korea Policy
For two decades, the United States has sought to end North Korea’s nuclear weapons program without much success. Today, North Korea continues to advance its nuclear and ballistic missile programs despite the efforts of the U.S. to stop this. Evans Revere writes that denuclearization should remain the goal of U.S. policy and identifies steps through which this may be achieved.