Publisher: Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (February 15, 2006)
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2005 might be remembered as a yr with the most important implications for the Korean peninsula and past. it could possibly pass down in historical past because the yr the USA used to be in a position to determine a origin to solve, peacefully and as soon as and for all, the intractable challenge of North Korea's nuclear guns task. it will possibly even be the 12 months that North Korea dedicated itself to changing into a nuclear guns country with out compromise. figuring out that 2005 had the aptitude to be a watershed, the members to this well timed volume—which grew out of an important convention on the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia- Pacific examine middle at Stanford University—present a picture of what's taking place in North Korea, contemplate how american citizens and South Koreans view present advancements, and supply coverage feedback approximately what can and will be performed going ahead, lengthy after 2005 attracts to a detailed. participants contain Robert Carlin (Korean Peninsula power improvement Organization), Haksoon Paik (Sejong Institute, Korea), William B. Brown (U.S. Civil provider, ret., and George Mason University), Dong Yong Sueng (Samsung monetary study Institute), David Hawk (U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea), Kim Ki-Sik (People's harmony for Participatory Democracy), Scott Snyder (Asia Foundation/Pacific discussion board CSIS),Taik-young Hamm (Kyungnam University), and Henry S. Rowen (Shorenstein APARC).