Bush calls for sanctions, not attack, on North Korea
October 12, 2006
President Bush demanded stiff sanctions on North Korea Wednesday for its reported nuclear test and asserted the U.S. has “no intention of attacking” the reclusive regime despite its claims that it needs atomic weapons to guard against such a strike.
Still, in a Rose Garden news conference, Bush said the United States remains committed to diplomacy but also “reserves all options to defend our friends in the region” . . . [Click for more]