Academic papers and commentaries
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This page brings together various papers and commentaries that are more substantial, or too broad in scope, to be posted on the other pages
Tim Beal

Eye-witness accounts have been moved to Sports and Tourism


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Miscellaneous

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Tim Beal
  • Photos taken in DPRK, April 2004
    More to follow

    Books

  • North Korea: The Struggle against American Power Papers, presentations, and articles
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    Program on Canada-Asia Policy Studies

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    Cato Institute
    Libertarian Washington thinktank


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    Ralph A. Cossa
    Executive Director, Pacific Forum CSIS, Hawaii


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    Gregory Clark
    One-time Australian diplomat long domiciled in Japan
    Gregory Clark - recent articles
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    James Cotton
    The Australian Defense Force Academy, Canberra


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    Bruce Cumings

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    Ian Davies

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    Far Eastern Economic Review
    Right-wing journal based in HK

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    John Feffer and Karin Lee
    Formerly of American Friends Service Committee in Tokyo. Karin Lee is currently Executive Director of National Committee on North Korea. John Feffer is Director of the Global Affairs Program at International Research Center (Washington DC) and Co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus

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    Glyn Ford
    Member of the European Parliament for South-West Britain.
    website


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    Aidan Foster-Carter

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    Selig S. Harrison
    Director, Asia Project, Center for International Policy
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    ICAS
    Institute for Corean-American Studies, Washington

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    Randall Ireson
    DPRK Development Assistance Coordinator for American Friends Service Committee

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    Japan Policy Research Institute
    The Japan Policy Research Institute is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the promotion of understanding of Japan's political economic behavior and growing significance in world affairs.(Chalmbers Johnson and Steven C. Clemons)
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    JoongAng Ilbo
    Analysis and Op-ed from Seoul newspaper
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    Kimsoft
    US-based Korean website
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    Gary Klintworth
    Australian Parliamentary Library
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    Korea Economic Institute of America (KEIA)
    Joseph A.B. Winder, President; Peter M. Beck, Director of Research

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    Gavan McCormack
    Gavan McCormack is author of the just released Target North Korea: Pushing North Korea to the Brink of Nuclear Catastrophe, New York, Nation Books He has published widely on aspects of modern and contemporary East Asia and his books have also been translated into Japanese, Chinese and Korean. A research professor at the Australian National University, he is currently also a visiting professor at International Christian University in Tokyo.

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    Ronald Meinardus
    former Resident Representative of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Seoul

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    Nautilus Institute
    The Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development, California

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    Marcus Noland
    Institute for International Economics, Washington

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    Ki-an Park
    Kyung Hee University, Seoul


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    Pacific Council on International Policy
    California


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    Pacific Forum CSIS
    Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington)

    US thinktank

    PacNet Newsletter


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    People's Korea
    Pro-DPRK paper published in Japan


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    Rodong Sinmun
    Official paper of the Korean Worker's Party, Pyongyang


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    Tim Shorrock
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    Hazel Smith
    Hazel Smith is Professor of International Relations at the University of Warwick, UK - currently on research leave as Senior Academic Programme Officer, Peace and Governance programme, United Nations University, Tokyo.


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    Scott Snyder
    Asia Foundation, Seoul


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    Erich Weingartner
    CanKor, Canada


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    Kathy Wolfe
    Executive Intelligence Review, Washington



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