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Iran Said To Admit Tests On Path To Atom Arms
An IAEA official stated that Iran has admitted to continuing a plutonium development program, as long as five years after it claimed to have stopped such programs, after being confronted with laborato... Read More...


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Are we nuts over nukes in N. Korea
The author argues that reconciliation between the two Koreas is preferable to armed conflict on the peninsula, and that the US should start pushing for such changes. By Al Neuharth (USA Today, 10/06/... Read More...


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Getting Around Pyongyang's Hard-Liners
The author claims that Kim Jung Il is not the true power in North Korea, and that there is currently a division in the state between pragmatists and nationalist hardliners. Therefore the United State... Read More...


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Prosecuting Charles Taylor
Liberia cannot be rebuilt and peaceful elections cannot be held until their former leader, the notorious warlord Charles Taylor is behind bars. Therefore Nigeria must be turned over to the US for a W... Read More...


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Dubious spin on North Korea
Democrats need to stop blaming President Bush for the ongoing problem with North Korea. President Bush, the article claims, has done no worse than President Clinton. (The Washington Times, 09/06/05) Read More...


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N.K. nukes and ROK-U.S. alliance
The current North Korea crisis, if handled properly could squash anti-American sentiments in South Korea and strengthen the two states' alliance. Yet if handled poorly, the foundation of the alliance... Read More...


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Gauging N.K. rationality
Since President Bush's use of "Mr." (which can be translated in Korean as "Teacher") North Korea has proved more willing to work with the US. Now the US must take advantage of the situation, before N... Read More...


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Crazy aunt heard from
Argues that the US can not continue to ship North Korea food aid, at least not in the way previously done. Since North Korea leaders and military take most of the aid for themselves, the US must find... Read More...


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An international food fight?
Article states that calling Kim Jung Il "Mr." is only an excuse, not the real reason why North Korea suddenly wants peace talks. The real reason North Korea wants to work with the US is the US's thre... Read More...


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Fighting terror the Malaysian way, not the US way
The Malaysian government is making a statement to the US, that they can fight terrorism on their own using their own strategy. Yet the question remains, can they pull it off? By Simon Tisdall (The G... Read More...


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Making China an enemy
The article argues that escalating tensions with China, benefit no one; especially not Taiwan. Therefore the article begs that Washington and Beijing avoid a tense rivalry. (The China Post, 08/06/05... Read More...


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North Korea agreement to return to talks is only first step on long road
Getting North Korea back to the negotiating tables will only be the begining of a long process that will test the limits of the US's Asian alliances and American influence over China. By Barry Schwei... Read More...


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'Mr. Kim'
The author claims that the idea that North Korea is having bilateral talks with the US simply over the usage of President Bush's "Mr. Kim Jung Il" is silly. North Korea is desperate for economic aid,... Read More...


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Six-Way Talks at Crossroads
Following the recent bilateral meeting between the US and North Korea, a glimmer of hope has emerged that a peaceful outcome might happen. But, the US-Korea summit in Flordia may result in some inter... Read More...


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Key tenets of U.S. policy toward Asia
The article discusses and questions various aspect of US Foreign Policy in Asia, including such issues as North Korea and the Six Party Talks, China-Taiwan, and the strengthening of bilateral military... Read More...


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U.S.-North Korea in game of chicken
The article discusses US Policy towards North Korea, and argues what steps the US should take and avoid in order to see a favorable outcome on the Korea Peninsula. By Park Sang-seek (The Korea Herald... Read More...


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Accord on Contingency Plan
The article explains the importance of the recent US-South Korea contingency plan over North Korea. The article goes on to say that unlike previous plans, the US treated the South Koreans as equal pa... Read More...


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Seoul Should Take Lead in NK Nukes
The article argues that the United State’s long standing rhetoric war with North Korea has ineffectually rendered the US unable to play a major “brokering” role in the conflict. However, South Korea’... Read More...


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Following Terrorists' Money
Despite the Bush administration's efforts to stop the flow of money to terrorist organizations, Al Qaeda has still been able to raise large sums and increase its activity. By Victor Comras. (Washingto... Read More...


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Stronger U.S. Push Needed for N. Korea Reform
The authors argue that current US policy towards North Korea needs massive changes. Although the US is right not to reward North Korea for its transgressions, they are left without anyway to coerce t... Read More...


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We Need to Talk to North Korea
The author claims that the Bush Administration is simply not doing enough to bring about an end to the North Korean issue, and argues that the President must quickly act to stop North Korea before the... Read More...


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America's DNA
Friedman writes that the US should take a comprehensive look at how the 9/11 terrorist attacks have led to small changes from visa policies to research funding to broader security policies and determi... Read More...


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Analysis: Will N.Korea conduct nuke test?
South Korean analysts discuss the potential strategies the North Koreans may be attempting to use by testing Nuclear Weapons. By Jong-Heon Lee (UPI, 12/05/05) Read More...


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Pressure on North Korea: U.S. Stealth Jets Sent to South
An analysis of the impact the recent deployment of US stealth fighters to South Korea will have. How will this perceived hardening of US policy affect the stalled Six Party Talks? By Joel Brinkley ... Read More...


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U.S. Pushes to Restart North Korea Talks
The article provides a thorough description of the suspected North Korean Nuclear program as well as states the current US Policy towards the rogue Communist state. By Paul Kerr (Arms Control Associa... Read More...


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North Korea's Nuclear Odyssey Aided By Soviets, China And Pakistan
A short timeline describing the development of North Korea’s nuclear program since the 1950s, focusing on the aid received by the Soviet Union, China, and Pakistan. (Space War, 01/06/05) Read More...


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North Korea declares permanent end to US MIA recovery work
In response to a US decision to halt a remains retrieval mission over North Korea’s refusal to return to the Six Party Talks; North Korea has announced they were permanently ending the retrieval missi... Read More...


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U.S. Says It Intercepted Nuclear Material for North Korea, Iran
The United States and its allies have intercepted 11 shipments of nuclear materials destined to North Korea and Iran. The US is claiming that their anti-nuclear weapons trafficking program is continu... Read More...


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Summary of North Korea’s Nuclear Arsenal
A summary of predicted weapons in North Korea’s nuclear arsenal, based off of US Intelligence analysis reports. (Center for Defense Information, 31/05/05) Read More...


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Panel Advises Against Extensive Withdrawal of US Marines from Okinawa
The United States has decided not to move the majority of its Marine presence from Okinawa, Japan. Okinawa is the location of roughly half of the 47,000 US troops stationed in Japan, as well as provi... Read More...


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