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Forcing North Korea's Hand
Ted Galen Carpenter of the CATO Institute argues that even if North Korea was forcedly returned to the Six Party Talks, it would be meaningless. He argues that the United States must adopt a much mor... Read More...


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North Korea Nuclear Reprocessing
Voice of America’s article that reflects the United States government’s policy on the issue of nuclear weapons in North Korea. (VOA 04/21/05)) Read More...


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Nuclear nonproliferation
The Asahi Shimbun’s editorial about the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the need for changes to be made to the treaty in order to bring rogue states like North Korea and Iran back into compliance.... Read More...


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Political cheap shots and North Korea
Editorial by the Washington Times that attacks Democrats and the media over their constant harsh critiques of President Bush’s handling of the North Korea situation. The article goes on to point out ... Read More...


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Pyongyang eyes nuclear test
In his Japan Times editorial, Keizo Nabeshima, writes about the Six Party Talks and the impact that nuclear weapons in North Korea would have in Japan and the region. By Keizo Nabeshima (The Japan Ti... Read More...


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Stranger Than Fiction
The glorification of "attack diplomacy" between North Korea and the US must be taken seriously, says the author. By B.R. Myers. (New York Times, 2/13/2005) Read More...


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Did Kim Jung Il miscalculate?
China may now be forced to trump N. Korea's playing the nuclear card. By Jim Bencivenga (The Christian Science Monitor, 2/10/2005) Read More...


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N Korea's statement in full
The following text is the full statement released on Thursday by North Korea's KCNA news agency. North Korea refers to itself as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). (BBC 10-02-05) Read More...


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How US wants to Deliver Freedom (Democracy) to the World
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An interim N-freeze for N. Korea, Iran
Submits that interim steps to nuclear disarmament are crucial to acheive a long term solution in North Korea and Iran. By Daniel Poneman. (Boston Globe, 7/7/2004) Read More...


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Russian Gas To Compensate For North Korean Nuclear Programme
Discussion of the possibility of Russian oil and gas to be exported to the Korean Peninsula, which would halt the development of any nuclear programme. By Marianna Belenkaya (RIA Novosti, 06/07/04) Read More...


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No more appeasement for North Korea
Call for the democratic countries of the world to take a common position regarding North Korea: they must not offer concessions to a totalitarian dictator. By Vaclav Havel. (Christian Science Monitor... Read More...


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Anti-Americanism in Korea: Closing Perception Gaps
Discusses the current state of US/ROK relations, dispels some misconceptions,and prescribes some strategies to improve the ties between these longtime allies (Center for Strategic and International... Read More...


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Now You See 'Em, Now You Don't: Elusive Six-Party Talks
Summary of current multilateral negotiations with the DPRK and a highlight of some of the inherent challenges (Center for Strategic and International Studies, December, 2003) Read More...


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Never Mind The Nukes?
Summarizes the recent ROK/DPRK diplomatic activity and includes a timeline of ROK/DPRK diplomatic interaction. Argues that despite the DPRK admission of nuclear weapons pursuits, ROK/DPRK relations h... Read More...


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The Nuclear Issue Sputters Along
While the North Korean nuclear weapons issue continues to make headlines, very little of substance has been accomplished in negotiations. Includes a chronology of key events. (Center for Strategic... Read More...


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Symbolic Links, Real Gaps
Argues that while South-North relations continue to be warm, most of the DPRK reform measures seem to be merely symbolic rather than substantive. Includes a chronology of key events. (Center for S... Read More...


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A Turning Point For China?
Discusses the current state of relations between China and the Koreas. Includes a chronology of key events. (Center for Strategic and International Studies, June, 2003) Read More...


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China's New Diplomacy
China has begun to embrace regional and global institutions it once shunned and take on the responsibilities that come with great-power status. Just what the results of Beijing's new sophistication wi... Read More...


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The Six-Party Talks: Keeping Diplomacy Alive
Presents a guideline for firm negotiation with North Korea. (The Heritage Foundation, 02/23/2004) Read More...


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South Korean Troops To Iraq: A Boost For US-ROK Relations
The deployment of 3000 troops (including combat units) makes South Korea the third largest troop contributor to post-war Iraq. This article analyzes the implications. (The Heritage Foundation, 02/1... Read More...


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Do The Ties Still Bind? The US-ROK Security Relationship After 9/11
The US-ROK security relationship is being sorely tested at precisely the same time that its importance to critical US-ROK interests is greater than ever. (The RAND Corporation, 2004) Read More...


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The ROK-US Alliance: Where Is It Headed?
As South Korea moves toward reconciliation with the North on the basis of a strong and credible deterrence, the United States and South Korea need a strategic plan that defines shared objectives and t... Read More...


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US: Stick To Diplomacy With North Korea, Even If Talks Fail
A better government in Pyongyang is a long-term vision. Stopping North Korea's nuclear program is a short-term necessity. Without rigorous and sustained diplomatic engagement, the chances are slim tha... Read More...


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The Next Korean War- Using The Military Is An Option
Op-ed piece for the WSJ by R. James Woolsey argues that unless China takes the lead in persuading the DPRK to abandon its nuclear ambitions, military force should be an option. (The Wall Street Jou... Read More...


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Tear Down This Regime
Argues for negotiation with North Korea on U.S. terms. By Claudia Rosett. (Wall St. Journal, 2/11/2004) Read More...


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Former Envoy To South Korea Urges Direct U.S./North Korea Talks
Interview with Donald Gregg, former ambassador to South Korea; advocates a new strategy of bilateral US/DPRK diplomatic engagement (Council On Foreign Relations, 3/10/2003) Read More...


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Arms Control Expert Says Discord In Washington Causes Problems In Resolving Nuclear Dispute With NK
Interview with Joseph Cirincione - Dir. of the Non-Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for Int'l Peace (Council on Foreign Relations, 12/10/2003) Read More...


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Neocon Calls Bush's Policy Toward North Korea 'Confused'
Interview with Max Boot by The Daily Yomiuri (Council on Foreign Relations, 11/27/2003) Read More...


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North Korea Expert: US Should Engage Pyongyang In Wide Dialogue To Defuse Tensions
Interview with Peter Hayes- Exec. Dir. of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development (Council on foreign Relations, 10/27/2003) Read More...


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