Good Thing We Didn’t Go It Alone Against The N.K.’s, Eh?

Remember, that was the refrain from the left on how they wanted the Bush Admin to deal with North Korea (here, here, and here, among others.) When we start with over 40 countries helping with Operation Iraqi Freedom, they claimed we were going it along. When we were involved in six party talks to stop the North Korean nuclear program (gee, which admin gave them a light water reactor, I wonder?), we should have been having one on one talks.

North Korea agreed yesterday to account for and disable its atomic programs by the end of the year, offering its first timeline for a process long sought by nuclear negotiators, chief U.S. envoy Christopher Hill said.

Kim Gye-gwan, head of the North Korean delegation, said separately his country’s willingness to cooperate was clear — in return for "political and economic compensation" — but he pointedly mentioned no dates in brief remarks to reporters here.

Mr. Hill, a U.S. assistant secretary of state for East Asian affairs, said two days of talks between the United States and North Korea in Geneva had been "very good and very substantive" and would help improve chances of a successful meeting later this month with Japan, Russia, South Korea and China in "six-party talks" aimed at ending the North’s nuclear-weapons program.

Damn those six party talks! We should have just gone it alone and given in to the Noks demands!

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