The Korean mouse that roared
- North Korea's Nuclear Weapons: Implications for the Nuclear Ambitions of Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Hughes, Christopher W. // Asia Policy;Jan2007, Issue 3, p75
The article assesses the nuclear intentions of Japan, South Korea and Taiwan following the October 2006 nuclear test conducted by North Korea. Topics discussed include principal drivers of nuclear proliferation such as national security and domestic political economy, the need for the U.S. to...
- Double-talk. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/15/1993, Vol. 139 Issue 20, p19
Reports on the United States government's reaction to reports that North Korea may soon attack South Korea. Reports of buildup of troops by North Korea along the Demilitarized Zone; Possibility of buildup of US forces in the region.
- PIPA-Knowledge Networks Poll: Americans on North Korea II: Questionnaire. // World Public Opinion Poll - Region United States & Canada;2003, p1
The article presents a questionnaire regarding the views of Americans on the military activities in North Korea. It notes the 3,163 American respondents participated in the poll survey from February 12-18, 2003. Topics of the questions provided to the respondents include foreign policy problems...
- How to rebuild America's stature in Asia. Jackson, Karl D. // Orbis;Winter95, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p11
Describes the failure of America to take full advantage of economic and political opportunities in Asia after the fall of the Soviet Union. View that, in light of macroeconomic changes in Asia, America has become marginalized and the alliance system fostered since the 1950s has been allowed to...
- 'Six-Way' Scepticism. // Asia Monitor: China & North East Asia Monitor;Jan2007, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p12
The article focuses on the willingness shown by North Korea to start a dialogue with the U.S. over its nuclear weapon program. But North Korea is unwilling to give up its program because it thinks that this will leave the country vulnerable to the U.S. attack. The move is viewed as a weapon to...
- Featured Country. // Political Intelligence Briefing;1/11/2015, p2
The article discusses the hydrogen bomb test by North Korea where many experts are disputing the claims and it is thought to be a threat to global security. It mentions that the bomb caused tremor in the region after the tests which was much less than what would have been caused by the bomb of...
- US recruits Asian allies to put pressure on North Korea. Kiefer, Francine // Christian Science Monitor;11/23/98, Vol. 90 Issue 251, p3
Reports that the United States has gathered the support of Japan, South Korea and, to a limited extent, China, to push North Korea away from its military path in 1998. Economic and diplomatic benefits that North Korea will lose if it continues in the direction it is heading; Why a unified,...
- North Korea took another step. Goodrich, Lawrence J.; MacLachlan, Suzanne L. // Christian Science Monitor;3/1/95, Vol. 87 Issue 65, p2
Reports North Korea's move to eject Polish military observers from its side of Demilitarized Zone as a part of its step to dismantle the 1953 armistice system.
- North Korea urged the US and South Korea to cancel. McLaughlin, Abraham; Siems, Shelby // Christian Science Monitor;7/31/95, Vol. 87 Issue 171, p2
Reports North Korea's request to the US and South Korea asking for cancellation of a military exercise arguing that it could lead to a crisis.