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Twenty years of inter-Korean relations and the North Korean nuclear issue

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Lim Dong-won, former South Korea unification minister and architect of Nobel Peace Prize winner Kim Dae-jung's Sunshine policy, spoke at Stanford on May 18 in conjunction with the English-language release of his memoir Peacemaker.




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Global Insider: Resource-Hungry South Korea Turns to Green Diplomacy
In an email interview, Jae-Seung Lee, a visiting scholar at Stanford University's Korea Studies Program and a professor at Korea University, discussed South Korea's energy security. WPR: What is the breakdown of South Korea's energy consumption, ...
Mention of Jae-Seung Lee in World Politics Review (subscription required) on March 14, 2012

Former aid official says N. Korean children suffer from poor diet
Katharina Zellweger, who led the Swiss Agency for Cooperation and Development in Pyongyang for five years until September, said North Korean children need a balanced diet, though the public rationing system has been very up and down.
Mention of Katharina Zellweger in Yonhap News on December 1, 2011

'Seductive' China to strain Seoul's US ties
"I think South Korea is already stuck in this strategic dilemma," said Shin Gi-wook, director of the Walter H Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University. He foresees that the challenge Seoul faces in the coming years will remain ...
Mention of Gi-Wook Shin in Asia Times Online on May 11, 2011

As North Koreans struggle, the Party keeps its grip
"The gap between the elite and the rest of the country has probably never been wider," said John Everard, a former British ambassador to North Korea who is now a fellow at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford. But at the same time, ...
Mention of John Everard in Honolulu Star-Advertiser on February 25, 2011

Hardships Fail to Loosen Regime's Grip in North Korea
"And grindingly poor," in the words of John Everard, the former British ambassador to North Korea. As the envoy from 2006 to 2008, Mr. Everard saw firsthand that the North was on a "precipitous descent into levels of poverty we more normally associate ...
Mention of John Everard in New York Times on February 24, 2011

Q&A: Stanford's Emmerson on Obama's upcoming trip to Asia
Emmerson also will join three other Stanford scholars — Thomas Fingar, Daniel Sneider and David Straub — for a panel discussion on Obama's tour.
Mention of David Straub in Stanford Report on October 25, 2010

NK ruling class offspring wants to live a life of South Korean dramas
“South Korean culture has deeply infiltrated North Korea like a magic,” said John Everard, a former British Ambassador to North Korea.
Mention of John Everard in Korea Times on October 9, 2010

The Week that Changed the World: Nixon Goes to China and China in Today’s World
David Kang teaches international relations and business at USC and directs the Korean Studies Institute. Kang is author of China Rising: Peace, Power, ...
Mention of David Kang in US-China Institute on October 7, 2010

Inside North Korea: Talk by John Everard
... John Everard, former British Ambassador to North Korea, 2006-2008, brings extensive knowledge of North Korea, China and South America to Stanford.
Mention of John Everard in Stanford Report on October 6, 2010

Peter M. Beck
Peter M. Beck is the Pantech Research Fellow at the Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University. From June 23 to July 16, 2010, ...
Mention of Peter Beck in Council on Foreign Relations on October 5, 2010

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