Condi in North Korea
- Citing war games, N. Korea vows to strengthen nuke weapons. // Geo-Strategy Direct;7/ 4/2012, p16
The article reports that North Korea has declared its resolve in increasing its nuclear weapons after confirming that the U.S. and South Korea conducted a one-day joint military drill on June 22, 2012.
- Regional Overview: US Rebalances as Others Squabble. Cossa, Ralph A.; Glosserman, Brad // PacNet Newsletter;9/14/2012, Issue 59, p1
The article provides an update regarding Korean Peninsula denuclearization including the conclusion of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations' (ASEAN) annual ministerial meeting, the non-occurrence of third nuclear missile launch by North Korea, and the launching of the first East Asian...
- Images Signal N. Korean Reactor Restart. DAVENPORT, KELSEY // Arms Control Today;Oct2013, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p26
The article reports that satellite images have revealed North Korea's move to restart a nuclear weapon to produce plutonium for nuclear weapons in the future. Analysts expect that Pyongyan will have more plutonium by 2015. Satellite images from August 31, 2013 indicated steam coming from a...
- Final 2016 IBA Fellowship for Innovation articles. // IBA Global Insight;Oct/Nov2016, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p7
This section previews the 2016 International Bar Association (IBA) Fellowship for Innovation articles to be published online by IBA or in "Global Insight" journal, which focused on topics such as international judicial history, the migrant crisis and the North Korean nuclear threat.
- Enough Failure: Use Strategic Diplomacy to Denuclearize North Korea. Bong-Geun Jun // Global Asia;Winter2016, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p20
The article focuses on denuclearization diplomacy adopted by South Korea towards North Korea including differentiation between political policy and military strategy, expected rise in North Korea's nuclear weapons program, and need for comprehensive strategic roadmap for strategic denuclearization.
- The Promise of the Six-Party Process. // Foreign Policy in Focus;2/10/2009, p1
The author reflects on the Six-Party Talks process which, according to him, produced both optimistic progress toward disabling the nuclear facilities in Korea and, a return to negotiation stagnation and new North Korean threats to resume weapons development. He notes that one of the avenues by...
- East-Asia-Intel.com: Tokyo clamps down on cash flow to Pyongyang from ethnic Koreans in Japan ï¿½ June 2, 2010. // East-Asia-Intel Reports;5/26/2010, p11
The article provides information on the application of stricter restrictions of cash flow to Pyongyang, Korea by Japan. It states the demand by North Korea for cash from residents in Japan who have relatives in North Korea. It states the restrictions put by Japan on such cash flows because of...
- Russia staying in contact with six-party talks partners - diplomat. Interfax // Russia & FSU News Bulletin;3/30/2013, p1
MOSCOW. March 30 (Interfax) Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Russia is staying in contact with its partners in the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula nuclear problem in light of PyongyangÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s latest statements concerning a state of war with South Korea, a high-ranking Russian diplomat said.
- With Security Council Seat, Australia Can Expand Beyond 'Anglosphere'. Altman, Dennis // World Politics Review (19446284);4/29/2013, p1
The article presents information on the election of Australia as a non-permanent member on the United Nations Security Council for 2013-2014. The country last sat on the Security Council during 1985-1986. Finland and Luxembourg also vied for the seat for 2013-2014. The important role of...