Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter
Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter

Why Jimmy Carter should be Trump’s messenger of peace on North Korea

Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter

Topic |   North Korea nuclear crisis
Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter
Chi Wang says it is clear that increased sanctions and harsher rhetoric will only make the North Korean regime dig in its heels. Instead of demanding denuclearisation, the US ought to try an indirect approach, led by former president Jimmy Carter
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