Articles: 2006-Present

Below you will find articles by Dr. Quinones published in 2006 until the present, organized by publication year. All articles are in Adobe Acrobat format, so you need to have Adobe Reader installed. Adobe Reader is a free application and you can get Adobe Reader by clicking on the link below.

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2014

Korea’s New Leaders and Prospects for Reconciliation
Asian Survey (September 2014)

Impediments to Northeast Asian Regionalism – The Case of Japan and Korea
Akita International University (September 2014)

2013

Abstract: Regionalism verse Nationalism in Northeast Asia
Akita International University (June 2013)

Abstract: US Domestic Politics’ Impact on North Korea Policy – An Historical Perspective
Akita International University (May 2013)

US Domestic Politics’ Impact on Policy Toward North Korea – An Historical Perspective
Akita International University (May 2013)

“March Madness” – the Korean Peninsula’s Annual War of Words
Akita International University (May 2013)

2012

Japan-Korea Relations and Seoul’s Presidential Politics
Akita International University (August 2012)

Japan’s Problem is Not Who Owns Takeshima/Tokto Island, but. . .
Akita International University

Making North Korea Policy and the US-DPRK Quest for Normalization
Akita International University (July 2012)

US Domestic Politics’ Impact on Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula
Akita International University (July 2012)

Making Korea Policy – References

Understanding North Korea After Kim Jong Il
Akita International University (April 2012)

2011

Prospects for Change After Kim Jong Il
Newsweek Japan (December 2011)

The Two Koreas – Is War Inevitable?
Akita International University (August 2011)

The Korean Peninsula and East Asia’s Future
Akita International University (June 2011)

The Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia’s Future – an American Assessment
Akita International University (June 2011)

Japan’s Emergency Planning and the Great Tohoku Earthquake of 2011
InterAction (May 2011)

The Great Tohoku Earthquake of 2011: Understanding the Japanese Government’s Sluggish Response
InterAction (May 2011)

US-DPRK MIA Remains Joint Recovery Operations And Restarting US-DPRK Dialogue
Akita International University (February 2011)

2010

Is a Second Korean War Inevitable?
Akita International University (December 2010)

Korea on the Brink of War – Possible Causes and Consequences
Akita International University (December 2010)

A Divided Korea’s Impact on Northeast Asia’s Economic Development
Akita International University (September 2010)

Northeast Asia’s New Consensus and North Korea

2009

The Quest for an Effective North Korea Strategy
Akita International University (December 2009)

Japan Studies in the United States – Past and Present Perspectives
Akita International University (November 2009)

North Korea in 2009 – An Assessment
Chuo Koron (November 2009)

The Obama Administration’s North Korea Policy
For University of Sydney Conference on “Economics and Politics of War and Peace” (June 2009)

The Quest for an Effective North Korea Strategy
Akita International University (June 2009)

North Korea and the Quest for an Effective Strategy
Akita International University (June 2009)

North Korea Second Nuclear Test
Akita International University (May 2009)

The Obama Administration’s North Korea Policy
Chuo Koron (May 2009)

North Korea New Strategy for 2009 – First Build Nuclear Weapons, Then Negotiate
(May 2009)

Forging a Durable Peace in Northeast Asia – The United States’ Role
Akita International University (May 2009)

U.S. President Obama’s Foreign Policy Priorities and Strategy
Akita International University (April 2009)

PYONGYANG – A PERPETUALLY PERPLEXING PROBLEM
Presentation to the Atomic Energy Agency of Japan (JAEA) (March 2009)

2008

NHK Interview
NHK (December 2008)

NHK Interview
NHK (November 2008)

NHK Interview
NHK (November 14, 2008)

Prospects for President Elect Obama’s Foreign Policy An Assessment
Akita International University (November 2008)

The New Obama Administration and Foreign Policy Toward Northeast Asia
Mainichi Shimbun (November 2008)

Toward a More Effective Strategy to Deal With North Korea
12th Plenary of the Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapons Free Zone (October 2008)

NHK Interview
NHK (October 2008)

Korea Times Interview
Korea Times (October 2008)

Will Either American Presidential Candidate Change U.S. Foreign Policy Toward East Asia?
The Oriental Morning Post (October 2008)

VOA Note 5: Meeting with DPRK Ambassador Ho Jong at Carter Center – January 1993
VOA (September 2008)

VOA Note 6: North Korea Announces Intention to Withdraw From the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) – March 1993
VOA (September 2008)

VOA Note 7: Ambassador Ho Jong Calls the State Department – May 1993
VOA (August 2008)

VOA Note 8: Meeting with DPRK officials to discuss possibility of bilateral US-DPRK Negotiations Regarding North Korea’s intended withdrawal from the NPT – May 1993
VOA (September 2008)

VOA Note 9: Preparations for Arrival of DPRK Delegation to US-DPRK Nuclear Negotiations – May 1993
VOA (October 2008)

VOA Note 10: DPRK Negotiating team arrives for first US-DPRK – Negotiations – May 1993
VOA (October 2008)

VOA Note 11: Let the Talks Begin
VOA (October 2008)

VOA Note 12: The Bagel Shop Talks
VOA (October 2008)

VOA Note 13: US-DPRK Agreement on a Joint Statement
VOA (November 2008)

VOA Note 14: Opening the New York Channel
VOA (November 2008)

VOA Note 15: DPRK Threat to Pull of of the Talks
VOA (November 2008)

VOA Note 16: US and DPRK Diplomatic Missions in Geneva
VOA (November 2008)

VOA Note 17: “Hamburger Diplomacy” – Round II
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 18: US to Israel – No Missile Talks
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 19: US-North Korea Nuclear Talks Stale – Visas for IAEA Inspectors
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 20: The “New York Channel Talks”
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 21: Meeting with Kim Il Sung
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 22: The “Agreed Conclusions”
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 23: The Carter Visit to Pyongyang
VOA (December 2008)

VOA Note 24: Kim Il Sung is Dead!
VOA (December 2008)

NHK Transcripts
NHK (September 2008)

NHK Interview
NHK (September 10, 2008)

NHK Interview
NHK (September 2008)

Kim Jong Il
NHK (September 2008)

The US-Japan Alliance and North Korea
Mainichi Shimbun (September 2008)

NHK Interview
NHK (August 2008)

Tokto or Takeshima Island Dispute – Its True Significance
The Korea Times (August 2008)

The US Army’s Return to North Korea
Korea Yearbook 2008, James Hoare and Patrick Koellner

Juche’s Role in North Korea’s Foreign Policy
(June 2008)

North Korea and the U.S. Terrorism List
Mainichi Shimbun (May 2008)

Lee’s Dilemma: Containment or Engagement
The Korea Herald (March 2008)

President Lee Myung-bak and South-North Korea Reconciliation
(February 2008)

North Korea – Prospects for Denuclearization in 2008
Mainichi Shimbun (January 2008)

Building Bridges – The US-DPRK 1994 Agreed Framework and the US Army’s Return to North Korea
East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii (2008)

2007

Bush’s “Disablement” versus Clinton’s “Freeze” of North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Facilities
Policy Agenda (November 2007)

The Korean Peninsula – Slow Progress Toward Peace Continues
Mainichi Shimbun (October 2007)

Why Is This Man Smiling?
By Takashi Yokota; Dr. Quinones quoted (September 2007)

The Six Party Talks – The View from Pyongyang
Mainichi Shimbun (September 2007)

The Six Party Talks’ Resumption and the Importance of Credibility
Mainichi Shimbun (June 2007)

Ambassador Hill’s Surprise Visit to Pyongyang – What Does it Mean?
Kyodo News Service (June 2007)

Six Party Talks Face Many Impediments, But Eventual Success Likely
Kyodo News Service (June 2007)

The Six Party Talks – Two Steps Forward, One Step Backward
Mainichi Shimbun (May 2007)

Next Steps at the Six Party Talks
Mainichi Shimbun (April 2007)

Six Party Talks – The US Negotiator’s Faltering Performance
Mainichi Shimbun (April 2007)

Can the New Nuclear Deal with North Korea Succeed?
Mainichi Shimbun (February 2007)

After the Six Party Talks – What Comes Next?
Mainichi Shimbun (January 2007)

Washington – Pyongyang Tug-a-war over Financial Sanctions Continues
Kyodo News Service (January 2007)

2006

Tokyo’s Mini Six Party Gathering – Much to do About Nothing?

Has Washington Given Up on The Six Party Talks?
Mainichi Shimbun (2006)

North Korea’s Nuclear Arsenal – Has Diplomacy Failed?
Policy Agenda (December 2006)

A Moment of Crisis: Jimmy Carter, The Power of a Peacemaker, and North Korea’s Nuclear Ambition
Arms Control Today (December 2006)

North Korea’s Nuclear Arsenal – Are Sanctions Effective?
Mainichi Shimbun (November 2006)

Looking Back to the Future of the North Korean Nuclear Problem
Arms Control Today (November 2006)

DPRK July 2006 Missile Tests Ramifications of North Korea’s Declaration of Independence from the International Community
International Council on Korean Studies US-DPRK Relations in the 21st Century Washington DC Conference (October 2006)

Solving the North Korea Nuclear Problem
Mainichi Shimbun (October 2006)

The Bush-Roh Summit of September 14, 2006 – Let’s Keep Talking
Mainichi Shimbun (September 2006)

North Korea’s Missile Launches Declare Kim Jong Il ’s Strategic Decision to the International Community
Pacific Focus (September 2006)

Eulogy for the Six Party Talks
Akita International University (September 2006)

Article for The Korea Times (in Korean)
The Korea Times (August 2006)

Pyongyang’s Options and Washington’s Lack of Leadership
Mainichi Shimbun (August 2006)

N.K.’s WMD Development Will Redefine U.S. Strategic Priorities
The Korea Herald (August 2006)

Washington’s View of Korea’s Strategic Significance
The Korea Herald (August 2006)

North Korea’s Missile Launches Declare Kim Jong Il ’s Strategic Decision to the International Community
Sekai Magazine (July 2006)

Why Did Pyongyang Break its Moratorium on Missile Launches?
Mainichi Shimbun (July 2006)

North Korea’s Missile Launches – Did Kim Jong Il Gain or Loose?
Kyodo News Service (July 2006)

Ballistic Missile Testing Moratorium – Will North Korea Break It?
Policy Agenda (June 2006)

Taepodong – What is North Korea’s Intention?
Kyodo News Service (June 2006)

US-Japan Pressure and Tokyo-Seoul Tensions Help Pyongyang
Sanyo Shimbun (May 2006)

US-Japan Pressure and Tokyo-Seoul Tensions Help Pyongyang
Mainichi Shimbun (May 2006)

Mini Six Party Gathering in Tokyo – Good Guy Kim verse Bad Cop Hill
Policy Agenda (April 2006)

The Six Party Talks – Will They Resume?
Sanyo Shimbun (April 2006)

The Six Party Talks – Suspended Until Further Notice
Mainichi Shimbun (April 2006)

The Six Party Talks – Going in Circles
(The Freedom Review, March 2006)

Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO) A Bridge too Far?
International Studies Association Conference, Chicago (March 2006)

The Six Party Talks – Going in Circles
For T and K Inc. (February 2006)

The Bush Administration – Problems and Prospects in 2006
Sanyo Shimbun (January 2006)

Why Did Chairman Kim Jong Il Visit China?
Mainichi Shimbun (January 2006)

The Korean Peninsula’s Nuclear Issue – The View from Pyongyang
(January 2006)

North Korean Endgame
By Dana Lewis and Takashi Yokota; Dr. Quinones quoted (2006)

Bush’s Reasons for Changing Tactics
(2006)

North Korea and President Bush’s Year of Woe
Mainichi Shimbun (2006)

AIU Chronicle
(2006)