L. Gordon Flake

Executive Director, Mansfield Foundation

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Executive Director of the Mansfield Foundation, which promotes cooperation between the US and Asia

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North Korea has seized the world's attention with a new reactor, a new plant for enriching uranium and an artillery attack killing two South Korean civilians.

The Latest Crisis with North Korea

North Korea has seized the world's attention with a new reactor, a new plant for enriching uranium and an artillery attack killing two South Korean civilians.

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North Korea has seized the world's attention with a new reactor, a new plant for enriching uranium and an artillery attack killing two South Korean civilians.

The Latest Crisis with North Korea

North Korea has seized the world's attention with a new reactor, a new plant for enriching uranium and an artillery attack killing two South Korean civilians.

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At the White House today, with South Korea's President Lee Myung-Bak at his side, Barack Obama said North Korea's past behavior won't work again.

South Korean President in Lockstep with President Obama

At the White House today, with South Korea's President Lee Myung-Bak at his side, Barack Obama said North Korea's past behavior won't work again.

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