James M. Lindsay

The Water's Edge

Lindsay analyzes the politics shaping U.S. foreign policy and the sustainability of American power.

The World Next Week: North Korea, Tunisia, and UN Day » North Korea’s envoy Kim Kye Gwan takes part in a new round of six party talks in Beijing December 8, 2008. A top U.S. envoy predicted tough talks on North Korea’s nuclear activities on Monday as a fresh round of negotiations over a disarmament-for-aid deal began with the Bush administration readying to leave office. REUTERS/Elizabeth Dalziel/Pool (CHINA)

North Korea's envoy Kim Kye Gwan takes part in a new round of six party talks in Beijing December 8, 2008. A top U.S. envoy predicted tough talks on North Korea's nuclear activities on Monday as a fresh round of negotiations over a disarmament-for-aid deal began with the Bush administration readying to leave office. REUTERS/Elizabeth Dalziel/Pool (CHINA)
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