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Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

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  1. James Hanley says:

    North Korea’s military is large, but ill-equipped and poorly trained. I say send a few special forces units in to eliminate Kim and see if his hapless son can manage to maintain any control. I seriously doubt the military on its own initiative would launch an attack and would probably ignore Kim Jong-eun if he ordered an attack. Then we begin negotiating with whichever general or colonel manages to get control and see if we can get a fairly benign dictator out of the situation–benign in not launching shells at the ROK, that is, and being willing to open up economically, if not politically.

    I know, I’m too hawkish to be a good libertarian. But if you object, go see DAR’s post on political pigeonholing.Report

  2. Will says:

    For whatever reason, the League’s commentariat seems to abhor an open thread. Go figure.Report

  3. gregiank says:

    whimpers….no structure…….no structure….how can we know what to complain about or what names to call others in an open threadReport