With Claudia Rosett, Ted Bromund, Fred Fleitz, Steven Hayward.
CLAUDIA ROSETT, Journalist-in-Residence at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains how the U.S.’s recent actions have made any nuclear weapons threat from it far less credible, and has therefore encouraged North Korea to test the limits of American patience.
TED BROMUND of the Heritage Foundation unfolds the implications of the passage of the UN conventional arms control treaty.
FRED FLEITZ of Lignet.com reasons that despite the soon to be reopened North Korean plant being unable to produce a bomb for at least three to five years, the international community will nonetheless feel pressured to grant the country more concessions.
STEVEN HAYWARD of the Claremont Institute sets the criteria for examining the accuracy of climate modeling and determining its suitability as a factor in defense planning.