A The American Conservative, Doug Bandow, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, argues that if peace can be achieved on the Korean peninsula, a Nobel Peace Prize has Donald Trump’s name on it. Doug writes:
Last year the Korean Peninsula seemed headed to war, courtesy of the United States. President Donald Trump was behaving like his North Korean counterpart, tossing insults and threats with wild abandon. The irresistible force had met the immovable object and no one knew what to expect.
Now many believe inevitable war has given way to peace in our time. A Nobel Peace Prize has Donald Trump’s name on it
The impending summit is surrounded by enormous uncertainties and many landmines, and peace has not yet arrived. Nevertheless, this meeting is an extraordinary opportunity that could end after 65 years the threat of renewed hostilities on the Korean Peninsula. That would be a worthy achievement for any administration.
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