North Korea agrees to a nuclear moratorium in exchange for food aid, according to the State Department. The country will suspend uranium enrichment, cease nuclear and long-range missile tests, and allow the IAEA to inspect its nuclear reactors.
> this man wants to stay in power
Sure he does, and it looks like he thinks his best strategy to do that is to talk with Obama and the US, and to feed is people.
I'm sure he is very concerned about what happened in Russia and Easter Europe, and now the Middle East. He doesn't have many option, if he really wants to stay in power.
In my corner of the world I would not trust NK. In your corner of the world you are stupid enough to have said trust. It's that simple. I'm not against trying to work things out with them but have no trust and am not as naive as you must be.
North Korea a win..plus this morning on the View, Shimon Peres, President of Israel, had high praise for Obama and stated that Israel has never been as secure as it is currently is, thanks to the efforts President Obama.
Obama is a smart man, and he doesn't just talk the talk, he walks the walk. Unlike his predecessor, he doesn't beat his chest and make cowboy threats, he just states his objectives and follows through.
The bin Laden hit won't soon be forgotten. Talk about surgical, and the radicals don't even have a tomb to make into a shrine.
Obama prefers special opps, surgical strikes, and no evidence left behind. That's his style, and it is lethal.
Yes, it is a win for Obama. What is happening to Iran right now is not pleasant. They may be posturing, but the sanctions that have been imposed on them are tougher than anything they've had in the past.
N. Korea is watching and taking note. Perhaps the son is wiser than the father.