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Washington Report, 2009-11

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Title:Washington Report, 2009-11
Authors:U.S. Asia Pacific Council
Cha, Victor
Date Issued:Nov 2009
Publisher:Washington, D.C.: East-West Center, U.S. Asia Pacific Council
Abstract:All of the major powers in Northeast Asia—China, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the United States—are on record as saying they do not want a nuclear North Korea. But
Pyongyang’s volatile behavior—represented this year by its defiant test of a long-range ballistic missile, its rejection of the
Six-Party Talks and agreements reached via those negotiations, and its second test of a nuclear device—has stymied their efforts to keep a denuclearization process on track.
Dr. Victor Cha, who served as U.S. deputy head of delegation to the Six-Party Talks during the Bush administration, explores North Korea’s latest diplomatic tactic, China’s unique relationship with its troublesome neighbor, and other challenges
confronting U.S. policymakers.
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Pages/Duration:12 p.
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