posted on Nov, 7 2004 @ 12:52 AM
After our current situations in Iraq and Afghanistan Bush's policy to challenge rogue states naming Iran, North Korea, and Syria, stating however
that we have no policy in place for dealing with Iran and North Korea.
The threat from rogue states
By Robert I. Rotberg | November 6, 2004
AFTER IRAQ and Afghanistan, President Bush's foremost policy challenge is posed by rogue states, that is, states that threaten the United States and
world peace. Which are the true "rogue" states? What is "rogueness" in the international arena? Do rogue states share certain common
characteristics? If so, what should be done to curtail rogue states? How can rogue states be encouraged to behave less roguishly?
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Will pre-emptive strikes and stand-offs be the future of U.S. policy? According to this report it very well could be. Decide for yourself what
President Bush will do after leaving the starting gate for his second term.
[edit on 7-11-2004 by Banshee]