Bush at the Edge of the &quotAxis of Evil&quot

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After he called North Korea part of an "Axis of Evil," North Korean radio described President Bush as an "ignorant political hooligan." Such is the rhetoric as the President prepares to visit the border between the Koreas, which he describes as "one of the most dangerous places on earth," where modern armies on full alert are massed on both sides. Will the President's denunciation increase hostility or help resolve historic tensions across a dangerous border? We join former Ambassador James Lilley, international correspondents, and Korean defense analyst Kongdan Oh for a look behind the rhetoric at a relic of Cold War tensions that have never been resolved.
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The Christian Science Monitor

State of Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles

International Herald Tribune

Institute for Defense Analyses

North Korea through the Looking Glass

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US State Department

The Washington Post

Crystal City Reunion

Executive Order 9066



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