North and South Korea

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“Importance of the Korea’s Northern Limit Line” by Rodger Baker*

* Moderator’s Note: This article was originally published by Strategic Forecasts on 24 November 2010.  It is reprinted here with the permission of STRATFOR (http://www.stratfor.com/).  A free video clip of the interview Mr. Baker, with illustrative maps and other visual aides, is available here.  My thanks to CFPS Research Fellow […]

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“China’s Cheonan Problem” by Bonnie Glase and Brad Glosserman*

*Moderator’s Note: This article was originally published as PacNet Report #31 on Friday, 18 June 2010.  My thanks to CFPS Research Fellow Dr. Stan Weeks for bringing it to my attention.  The article is reprinted with the permission of the authors. “China’s Cheonan Problem” Bonnie Glaser [bglaser6@comcast.net] is a senior […]

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“The Sinking of ROKS Cheonan” by Brett Witthoeft*

*Moderator’s Note: This commentary was published in the June issue of “In Focus.”  The commentary is reprinted here with the permission of the author.  My thanks to CFPS Research Fellow Dr. Stan Weeks for bringing this article to my attention. “The Sinking of ROKS Cheonan” by Brett Witthoeft On 26 […]

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“To Calm Korean Waters” by Leon V. Sigal

My thanks to CFPS Research Fellow Dr. Stan Weeks for bringing this article to my attention. Leon V. Sigal, Director of the Northeast Asia Cooperative Security Project at the Social Science Research Council, an independent, not-for-profit international organization based in Brooklyn, N.Y., has written a commentary published on Friday, 27 […]

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The Cheonan Incident

 As the accusations mount and the rhetoric from both sides increases following the sinking of the South Korean Pohang-class corvette ROKS Cheonan (PCC-772), two key documents have been released by South Korean authorities. The first document is the report by the Joint Civilian-Military Investigation Group into the sinking of Cheonan.  […]

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