Katherine Harris on Foreign Policy
Republican Representative (FL-13)
NELSON: The US has got to do everything possible to stop the continued nuclear program, through diplomacy particularly via China and South Korea.
HARRIS: Clearly, nuclear North Korea would be a danger to us. We will not negotiate bilaterally with terrorists. The former administration did so, and it was a failed strategy. North Korea needs to know that they are on notice. But at the end of the day, all options are on the table.
Q: At what point should we consider a military option?
NELSON: We don't want to have to use that option, because they have a million-man army. You do want to keep it on the table.
HARRIS: If the sanctions fail and none of the economic options work, the final military option would be at stake. But we have a long way to go.
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