Questions for Michael J. Totten

As noted earlier, Michael J. Totten will be on OTB radio in 90 minutes talking about events in Iran and, time permitting, North Korea. He’s mostly blogging these topics at Commentary if you want to catch up on what he’s written.

What questions would you like us to ask him?

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  1. steve says:

    Ummm, I would rather know what he thinks about the upcoming restriction of our troops to bases out of the cities. How tightly will this be enforced? What consequences ensue? Also, what is going on with the Kurds?

    On N. Korea, what is his sense about what S.Korea actually wants? How about Japan and China? At what point do we risk a failed state in N. Korea? Are we worrying to much about a big refugee population?


  2. Make the big assumption that the protest succeed and the election results are over turned.
    Is there likely to be any substantive changes in Iran or with Iran’s relations to the world? For example, would Iran suddenly learn to love (or even tolerate) Israel? Would they likely stop trying to produce nuclear weapons?