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Social Media: Asia/Pacific: East/Pacific: South Korea

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The Korean Peninsula: Flirting with Conflict
All sides need to issue more reassuring statements, exercise caution during planned military exercises and, especially, the North must avoid further blatant disregard of its international obligations.... Read More...


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Women's Rights and Geopolitics in the Two Koreas
Association for Women's Rights in Development interview with Christine Ahn (Global Fund for Women and the Korea Policy Institute). (AWID, 11/26/2010) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Kay Seok
IA-Forum Interview: Kay Seok
IA Forum speaks with Kay Seok (Human Rights Watch) about women's rights issues in Korea. By Kathryn Baer. (12/09/2010) Read More...


Higher education and the recession: It still pays to study
Higher education and the recession: It still pays to study
An OECD study shows that, despite an ever growing supply of university degree earners, there is still a significant return to education among degree earners in developed countries. The Economist (9/19... Read More...


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Don’t Make It Worse
In response to North Korea’s nuclear tests, calls for switching to a military track should be resisted. The art of politics is not to turn a problem into a threat and a threat into an armed conflict. ... Read More...


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The Economic Implications of a North Korean Nuclear Test
How a nuclear test by North Korea might alter the economies of China, Japan, North Korea and South Korea. By Marcus Noland (Institute for International Economics, 07/2006) Read More...


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Searching for a Strategy: The Bush-Roh Summit
The author discusses the key issues that presidents Bush and Roh will discuss at the September US-South Korea summit in Washington. By Richard C. Bush III. (Brookings Institution, September 2006) Read More...


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Diplomacy Around Yasukuni
Author discusses Yahuskuni memorial controversy and the role it could play in the leadership contest to succeed Koizumi. By Jason Miks. (IA-Forum, 7/24/2006) Read More...


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What Does North Korea Want?
The authors write that North Korea's July 4 missile launch was a symbolic statement intended to invite the US to make a deal with the regime. By Bruce Cumings and Meredith Jung-En Woo. (New York Times... Read More...


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Japan and the Two Koreas: The Challenges and Prospects of Confidence Building
Research paper that explores Korean-Japanese relations, providing a historial perspective and analysis. By Dr. John Olushola Magbadelo. (3/14/2006) Read More...


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A Better Korea Strategy
The author argues that Bush's trip to the APEC Summit did nothing to reinvigorate relations between South Korea and the US. By David C. Kang. (Washington Post, 11/28/2005) Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Dr. James J. Pryzstup
IA-Forum speaks with Dr. James J. Przystup, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of National Strategic Studies at the National Defense about Korea. By Steve Kochheiser. (IA-Forum, 7/22/2005) Read More...


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A Charade Masquerading as Diplomacy
Discusses diplomatic attempts of denuclearization of North Korea. By Nicholas Eberstadt. (AEI 8/09/05) Read More...


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Bring Them Home
Discusses the humanitarian view of the conflict between North Korea and South Korea. By Nicholas Eberstadt. (AEI 8/03/05) Read More...


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Bring Them Home
Discusses the possibility of unification of North and South Korea. By Nicholas Eberstadt. (AEI 8/03/05) Read More...


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NEWSMAKER: Condoleezza Rice
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks with Jim Lehrer about the North Korea six-party talks, Iraq, and the crisis in the Darfur region of Sudan. by Jim Lehrer (Online NewsHour, 28 Jul 2005.) Read More...


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Tunnel Vision on Corruption
Discusses how the government is more accepting towards corruption in various nations. By Moisés Naím. (Carnegie Endowment 2/20/2005) Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Mr. Don Oberdorfer
IA-Forum discusses Korea with Mr. Don Oberdorfer, Distinguished Journalist in Residence and Adjunct Professor of International Relations at Johns Hopkins University's Nitze School of Advanced Internat... Read More...


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A Meeting of the People, but not the Minds
Discusses the summit held in Washington DC, among North Korea, South Korea, and the United States. By Jon Wolfsthal. (Carnegie Endowment 6/7/2005) Read More...


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North Korea, Iran and the United States: the Dangerous Games Nations Play
The author provides an extensive examination of U.S. policy regarding nuclear proliferation, especially in consideration to the nuclear programs of North Korea and Iran. By William R. Polk (Japan Foc... Read More...


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China key to new North Korea talks
This article provides a background for understanding the relationship between North Korea and China then goes into describing China's important role in North Korea nuclear talks. By Robert Marquand (... Read More...


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N. Korea Agrees To Rejoin Talks
North Korea and the United States announced that they will finally return to the negotiations table to discuss the issue of North Korea's nuclear status. By Glenn Kessler (Washington Post, 10 Jul 200... Read More...


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North Korea's Rising Urgency
Sens. Carl M. Levin (D-Mich.) and Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) call for the Bush Administration to actively engage North Korea regarding its nuclear program as it is an increasing threat to world security... Read More...


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A Moment to Seize With North Korea
The authors argue that the U.S. should seize the opportunity to find a peaceful solution to North Korea's growing nuclear program. This is after statements by Kim Jong Il last week that suggest he is... Read More...


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U.S. envoy offers meeting with Kim
The U.S. envoy to North Korea on the nuclear issue has stated that he would like to meet with Kim Jong-Il. His statement follows North Korean statements that provided hope that both sides would retur... Read More...


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U.S. Plans to Renew Its Offer of Food Aid to North Korea
The U.S. plans to offer 55,000 tons of food this year to North Korea at the same time it is trying to lure it back to the negotiating table. The U.S. maintains that this was strictly a humanitarian e... Read More...


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Should Nukes Bloom in Asia?
The author discusses the changing political and strategic dynamic in East Asia. He believes that the U.S. much to gain by reaching a deal with North Korea as the alternative may include greater nucle... Read More...


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Top aides to Kim fly South for meetings
Some of the top advisors to the North Korean leader travel to South Korea for talks which will prove whether statements about negotiation were meaningful. By Choe Sang-Hun (International Herald Tribu... Read More...


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Bush Aides Report 'Increasing Doubts' North Korea Will Give Up Nuclear Arms Program
The top Bush administration negotiators for the North Korean nuclear issue appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and stated that they were increasingly doubtful that North Korea would... Read More...


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South Korea, U.S. Differ On 'Strategic Flexibility'
A South Korean top security official states that U.S. President Bush and South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun disagreed on the concept of "strategic flexibility" for U.S. troops stationed in South Kore... Read More...


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