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The approach is being tested on the most difficult foreign policy problem of all: North Korea.The president constantly insists that if China doesn't help deal with North Korea, America will.Plus, a bombing campaign would be ineffective since North Korea's nuclear sites are scattered, buried deep and, in some cases, underwater.Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced that America's historical policy of "strategic patience" with North Korea had ended, and that the United States now had a new policy.Threatening North Korea without the ability to carry out that threat only makes Washington look weak.The United States has had roughly the same strategy toward North Korea for decades. Even the brief effort at cooperation during the Clinton years was half-hearted, with Washington failing to fulfill some of its promises to North Korea.North Korea has continued to build its nuclear program and engage in provocative tests.It might be worth trying a new policy with North Korea.
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