You know, if North Korea gets nukes and blows up South Korea and Japan I wager this will have slightly bigger effect on the world economy than anything Iraq is likely to be able to pull off in the next few years.
For those who think hanging South Korea out to dry to get a few "broken windows" is a feature, perhaps there's a bug.
And people wonder why there's "anti-American sentiment" in the Europe and Asia, which usually comes down to a few op-ed pieces in newspapers that pale in comparison to the callous bloodlust displayed by your typical U.S. commentator. This "anti-American sentiment" is usually about as anti-American as me - you know, daring to criticize U.S. foreign policy. Which would make everyone who opened their traps during the Clinton years "anti-American" as well.