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(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - Two American journalists, who were imprisoned in North Korea for nearly five months, returned home to the U.S. yesterday morning. Now that the two women are safely back home, the debate has started over former President Bill Clinton's trip to North Korea and his talks with the communist country's leader Kim Jong Il. Will Clinton's trip be viewed as rewarding bad behavior? Professor Darren Kew of the Dispute Resolution Center at the McCormack Graduate School at UMass Boston joins NECN for a discussion.