N. Korea Enjoys Divided Attention from U.S. NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says the United States is softening its hard-line approach to North Korea. And in his view, it's due to U.S. resources being stretched thin in Afghanistan and Iraq. In that situation, the Bush administration is not seeking another conflict.

N. Korea Enjoys Divided Attention from U.S.

N. Korea Enjoys Divided Attention from U.S.

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NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says the United States is softening its hard-line approach to North Korea. And in his view, it's due to U.S. resources being stretched thin in Afghanistan and Iraq. In that situation, the Bush administration is not seeking another conflict.