Articles: 2000-2005

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U.S. – North Korea Relations List of References

2005

The Six Party Talks: The Views From Washington and Pyongyang
(Fall 2005)

Reconciling Nuclear Standoff and Economic Shortfalls – Pyongyang’s Perspective
Originally published in North Korea – The Politics of Regime Survival, Young Whan Kihl and Hong Nack Kim, Editors

The United States in North Korea’s Foreign Policy
For North Korea and the World – Explaining Pyongyang’s Foreign Policy Edited by Dr. Koh Byung Chol

Response to Yonhap Questions
Yonhap (December 2005)

US Approach to North Korea – Strategic Resolve – Tactical Flexibility
(December 2005)

President Bush Visit to Northeast Asia – Political Plus or Minus?
Sanyo Shimbun (December 2005)

The Six Party Talks – On the Edge of Failure?
Mainichi Shimbun (December 2005)

U.S. – Korea Relations Engulfed by the Two Korea’s Interdependence
Conference on the Political Economy of Interdependence Between the Two Koreas (November 2005)

Pyongyang Between Seoul and Washington
Hiroshima University (November 2005)

Washington to Pyongyang — Let’s Make a Deal, But First …
North East Asia Energy Focus (November 2005)

Abstract of Paper of “Pyongyang Between Seoul and Washington”
Hiroshima University (November 2005)

The Six Party Talks – Prospects for the November 2005 Round
Sanyo Shimbun (November 2005)

President Bush’s Northeast Asian Tour – Political Plus or Minus
Mainichi Shimbun (November 2005)

The Six Party Talks – Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
Mainichi Shimbun (November 2005)

Six Party Talks – The New Agreed Framework?
Mainichi Shimbun (September 2005)

The Bush Administration’s Second Term Policy Toward North Korea
Wolgan Chosun (August 2005)

Status of the Six Party Talks and Future Prospects
World Korean Forum (August 2005)

Inter-Korean Economic Relations – The Political Goals of Economic Engagement
Paper Presented at the Annual International Conference of Korean Studies, Washington, DC (August 2005)

Will Washington Soon Give Up the Six Party Talks?
Sanyo Shimbun (August 2005)

The Six Party Talks – A Never Ending Story?
Mainichi Shimbun (August 2005)

August 16, 2005 Article for The Korea Times (in Korean)

August 15, 2005 Article for The Korea Times (in Korean)

Sustaining Peace in Northeast Asia – Engagement or Containment?
The Korea Herald (August 2005)

The Six Party Talks – Almost There?
Sanyo Shimbun (August 2005)

The Six Party Talks and North Korea’s Wish List
Sanyo Shimbun (July 2005)

The Six Party Talks – The Ball is Back in Washington’s Court
Mainichi Shimbun (July 2005)

Sustaining Peace in Northeast Asia -Engagement or Containment?
The Korea Herald (July 2005)

North Korea’s “Maybe” Diplomacy and the Six Party Talks
Sanyo Shimbun (June 2005)

Mr. Kim – You Can’t Buy Love, or Respect!
Chosun Ilbo (June 2005)

“Mr.” Kim Jong Il’s Quest for Respect and the Six Party Talks
Mainichi Shimbun (June 2005)

North Korea – Two Failures Do Not Equal Success
The New York Times (May 2005)

Dealing with North Korea – Unilateralism or Multilateralism?
(May 2005)

Dealing with Pyongyang – In Search of a More Effective Strategy
(May 2005)

Have the Six Party Talks Failed?
Presented at the Conference on Innovative Approaches to Peace and Stability in Northeast Asia, Moscow, Russia (May 2005)

Secret Meeting in New York – Last Chance for the Six Party Talks?
Mainichi Shimbun (May 2005)

North Korea’s Missile Threat – Real or Imagined?
Sanyo Shimbun (May 2005)

The View From Foggy Bottom
(April 2005)

Summary of The U.S. Role in Korean Reconciliation
(April 2005)

The U.S. Role in Korean Reconciliation
(April 2005)

The Silent Exodus – North Koreans in China
(April 2005)

North Korea’s Plutonium Diplomacy
Mainichi Shimbun (April 2005)

Are the Six Party Talks Finished?
Sanyo Shimbun (April 2005)

Critic of “The Natural Death of North Korean Stalinism”
(March 2005)

North Korea – Potent Threat or Paper Tiger?
Sanyo Shimbun (March 2005)

Smile Diplomacy – U.S. Secretary of State Rice Visits East Asia
Sanyo Shimbun (March 2005)

Another North Korean Diplomatic Fiasco
Okayama Shimbun (February 2005)

The Six Party Talks – Resumption Inevitable?
(January 2005)

The Korean Nuclear Problem – Idealism verse Realism
(January 2005)

North of the Border – North Koreans in China
International Action, Washington, DC (January 2005)

North Korea’s Two Faces
Sanyo Shimbun (January 2005)

The Six Party Talks – Ready to Resume?
Sanyo Shimbun (January 2005)

BEYOND THE COLD WAR – JAPAN AND THE QUEST FOR A NEW ORDER IN EAST ASIA
(2005)

2004

The United States in North Korean Foreign Policy
Published in North Korea and the World – Explaining Pyongyang’s Foreign Policy, Byung Chul Koh, editor

Getting Serious about a Multilateral Approach to North Korea
Co-authored with James Clay Moltz; published in The Nonproliferation Review, Spring 2004

The United States and Korean Reconciliation
The Korea Times (December 2004)

Megumi’s Revenge
Sanyo Shimbun (December 2004)

The Six Party Talks – Frozen or Finished?
Sanyo Shimbun (December 2004)

The Bush-Koizumi Santiago Summit – November 20, 2004
Sanyo Shimbun (November 2004)

Understanding President Bush and His Foreign Policy
Vantage Point (November 2004)

The North Korean “Wedge” in the US-Republic of Korea Alliance
For The 19th Annual Conference of the Council on Korea-U.S. Security Studies, Seoul, Korea (October 7-8, 2004)

IRAQ – Who are the Bad Guys?
Sanyo Shimbun (October 2004)

The US Presidential Campaign – Round 1
Sanyo Shimbun (October 2004)

The Korean Nuclear Problem – Time to Think Outside the “Box”
International Action (September 2004)

Resolving the Korean Nuclear Problem
International Action (September 2004)

North Korea Has the Bomb
The Oriental Economist (September 2004)

Let’s Get Real About the Korean Nuclear Problem
Far East Economic Review (September 22, 2004)

North Korea Today – Seeing Beyond the Obvious
(September 2004)

The US Presidential Election – Behind the Confusion
Sanyo Shimbun (August 2004)

Nuclear Proliferation on the Korean Peninsula – A Global Problem in Need of A Regional Solution
Arms Control Today (July 2004)

Containment or Engagement – The Dilemma of Dealing with Pyongyang
(July 2004)

Dealing with Pyongyang – Containment of Engagement?
(July 2004)

Charles Jenkins – An American Enigma
Sanyo Shimbun (July 2004)

Pyongyang’s “Sumo” Diplomacy
Sanyo Shimbun (July 2004)

BBL Seminar
(June 2004)

Pyongyang Playing China, U.S. Off Each Other
Yomiuri Daily (June 2004)

North Korea’s Multilateral Strategy in the Six Party Talks
Sekai Shuho (June 2004)

Why Does Charles Jenkins Refuse to Leave North Korea?
Sanyo Shimbun (June 2004)

Talking in Circles in Beijing
Yomiuri Daily (May 2004)

The Six Party Talks and Prime Minister Koizumi’s Second Pyongyang Summit
Sanyo Shimbun (May 2004)

Pyongyang’s Dilemma – Libyan Solution or Iraqi Option
Sanyo Shimbun (May 2004)

The Iraqi Insurgency’s Impact on Korea
Chosun Ilbo (April 2004)

America’s “Super Tuesday” and What it Means to Japan
Sanyo Shimbun (March 2004)

US-North Korea Wrestling Match in Beijing
Sanyo Shimbun (February 2004)

Will North Korea Become Another Libya?
Sanyo Shimbun (February 2004)

Building Peace in the New Year is a Team Effort
Sanyo Shimbun (January 2004)

Seeking a Durable Peace in Northeast Asia
The Korea Herald (January 2004)

Private US Visit to North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Research Center
Sanyo Shimbun (January 2004)

North Korea – A Decade After Kim Il Sung
(2004)

2003

The Second Korean Nuclear Crisis: Beyond déjà vu
Published in Gaiko Forum – Japanese Perspectives on Foreign Affairs (Fall 2003)

Prospects for the Six Party Talks and North Korea’s Negotiating Tactics
Sekai Shuho (December2003)

America’s Presidential Campaign
Sanyo Shimbun (December 2003)

War or Engagement – Options for Dealing with North Korea
Remarks Presented in Naha, Japan (November 11, 2003)

President Bush, the World is Talking to You. Are You Listening?
Sanyo Shimbun (November 2003)

Bush Changes Course on North Korea
Sekai Shuho (October 2003)

Is Kim Jong Il Becoming a Dove?
Sekai Shuho (October 2003)

Why is President Bush Coming to Japan?
Commentary for The Okayama Sanyo Shimbun (October 2003)

Six Party Talks and Bush’s Military Option
Sekai Shuho (September 2003)

The Six Party Talks – Agreed Goals, Conflicting Solutions
Sanyo Shimbun (September 2003)

Success in Beijing – Beginning or the End?
Dong-a Ilbo (August 2003)

Beyond Diplomacy – President Bush’s “Military Option”
Sekai Shuho Magazine (August 2003)

Smile Diplomacy – The First Roh-Bush Summit
Sekai Shuho (May 2003)

The North Korean Nuclear Crisis Contingency Planning for the “End Game”
Sekai Magazine (April 2003)

Dualism in the Bush Administration’s North Korea Policy
Asian Perspective (April 2003)

The Global Impact of the Iraqi Insurgency
Sanyo Shimbun (April 2003)

What Happened to the Six Party Talks?
Sanyo Shimbun (April 2003)

Window for Negotiations is Closing
The Washington Channel (February 6, 2003)

The Washington Channel
(February 2003)

US-Korea Relations – Lovers’ Quarrel or Divorce?
Sekai Shuho (February 2003)

DETERRENCE OR PEACE? THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION AND NORTH KOREA
(February 2003)

Beyond Collapse – Continuity and Change in North Korea
International Journal of Korean Reunification Studies (2003)

Prospects for the Six Party Talks and North Korea’s Negotiating Tactics
Sekai Shuho (January 2003)

President Bush’s Unilateralism verse Kim Jong Il’s Brinkmanship
Shin Dong-a Magazine (January 2003)

The North Korean Nuclear Crisis Contingency Planning for the “End Game”
International Center (January 2003)

2002

The American NGO Experience in North Korea
(2002)

Abstract of International Journal of Korean Unification Studies Article,
Dealing With Pyongyang – In Search of a More Effective Strategy
Korea Institute for National Unification (2002)

Beyond Collapse – Continuity and Change in North Korea
International Journal of Korean Reunification Studies, Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU) (Volume 11, No. 2, 2002)

Kim Jong Il’s “Strong and Great Nation” Campaign and the U.S. “Imperialist” Threat
International Center (December 2002)

The Bush Administration’s Reaction to Prime Minister Koizumi’s Pyongyang Summit
Sekai Shuho (October 2002)

The American NGO Experience in North Korea – A Preliminary Assessment
Proceedings of the First World Congress on Korean Studies (July 2002), Academy of Korean Studies

THE AGRICULTURE SITUATION IN THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA
DRAFT PAPER FOR UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA/BERKELEY SYMPOSIUM ON THE DPRK (March 2000)

Paradise Lost: The International Response to North Korea’s Agricultural Crisis
American Research Center for Asia and the Pacific, Washington, DC (2002)

2001

DETERRENCE OR PEACE? THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION AND NORTH KOREA
Sejong Institute – Seoul, Korea (September 2001)

2000

REPORT 1 – BEYOND THE HEAD LINES: US-NORTH KOREA RELATIONS AND PROSPECTS FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
(November 2000)

OFF THE RECORD PRESENTATION: Robert Einhorn, Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs and Chief Negotiator, US-DPRK Missile Talks
Brookings Institute (January 28, 2000)

THE KOREAN SUMMIT-WHAT IS SUCCESS?
Tonga Ilbo (2000)

SOUTH KOREA’S APPROACHES TO NORTH KOREA – A GLACIAL PROCESS
Published in Kyung-ae Park and Dalchoon Kim, Korean Security Dynamics in Transition. New York: Palgrave, 2001

BEYOND SUMMIT DIPLOMACY THE TWO KOREAS’ QUEST FOR RECONCILIATION
(2000)

Japan’s Engagement of the Democratic People’s Republic Of Korea, 1990 -2000
International Journal of Korean Unification Studies Vol. 9 No. 1 (2000)

INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN EFFORT IN NORTH KOREA
(March 2000)

JAPAN-DPRK RELATIONS ERASING THE PAST – SOME SUGGESTIONS
(2000)

Korean Summit: A Message for Washington?
The Oregonian (2000)