Karin Lee

Executive director, The National Committee on North Korea

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Executive director of the National Committee on North Korea, a nonprofit organization that follows US policy towards North Korea and supports principled engagement.

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Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il. George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

The Sudden Death of Kim Jong Il

Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il. George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

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Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il.  George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

The Sudden Death of Kim Jong Il

Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il. George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

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