Nonresident Senior Fellow Richard Nephew explains why, contrary to statements from the Trump administration, the 2003 nuclear disarmament in Libya is a poor model for carrying out a similar process in North Korea.
I think Pompeo again is in a bit of pickle. North Korea has been clear about what they’re not willing to do. [North Korea’s offers so far have been minor compared to what it is asking of the United States in return.] Because the North Korea nuclear program is so advanced, this is like North Korea offering to sell us Windows 97 at a price higher than it warrants.