Selig Harrison

Center for International Policy

Guest

Director of the Asia Program at the Center for International Policy and chairman of its Task Force on US Korea Policy; former India Bureau Chief for the Washington Post and author of five books on South East Asia

Selig Harrison on KCRW

North Korea has agreed to suspend nuclear weapons tests and uranium enrichment, and to  allow international inspectors  to monitor its main reactor.

North Korea to Halt Nuclear Program in Exchange for US Aid

North Korea has agreed to suspend nuclear weapons tests and uranium enrichment, and to allow international inspectors to monitor its main reactor.

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If South Korean conducted live-fire drills on an island in the Yellow Sea, North Korea threatened "brutal consequences beyond imagination."

About Face by North Korea on South's Military Drills

If South Korean conducted live-fire drills on an island in the Yellow Sea, North Korea threatened "brutal consequences beyond imagination."

from To the Point

For the first time in two years, North and South Korea will hold talks on military issues tomorrow on the border at Panmunjom.

Two Koreas to Meet in DMZ after Key Appointments in North

For the first time in two years, North and South Korea will hold talks on military issues tomorrow on the border at Panmunjom.

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