Patrick Cronin

Center for a New American Security

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Senior Advisor and Senior Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security

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The US and North Korea are exchanging threats and counter-threats in the aftermath of the hacking of Sony Pictures.

North Korea Emerges as Cyber-Hacker Power

The US and North Korea are exchanging threats and counter-threats in the aftermath of the hacking of Sony Pictures.

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North Korea has sentenced an American citizen to 15 years of hard labor. Should the US allow Kenneth Bae to languish in prison or send an envoy to negotiate his release?

North Korea Sentences American to 15 Years Hard Labor

North Korea has sentenced an American citizen to 15 years of hard labor. Should the US allow Kenneth Bae to languish in prison or send an envoy to negotiate his release?

from To the Point

Before hearing from the CEO of Toyota today, members of Congress  grilled the Secretary of Transportation  about why regulators were so slow to act on sudden acceleration.

Can Toyota Recover Its Image?

Before hearing from the CEO of Toyota today, members of Congress grilled the Secretary of Transportation about why regulators were so slow to act on sudden acceleration.

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