Lieberman's deduction would make sense if the N. Korea case is easier than Iran's, or at least not harder. But it IS a harder case. North Korea is a nuclear country, so dealing with her militarily is dangerous in the extreme. Iran is not nuclear and the IAEA is watching what they are doing. Moreover, the world has the experience of dealing with N. Korea and can apply the lesson to the Iran case. In short, the Lieberman "deduction" has no sense to it other than as some propaganda exercise. I will only start worrying if Lieberman gets into "action" with militaristic ideas.
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from the article: Lieberman: How will the world stop Iran if it can't stop N. Korea?