Victor Cha

Georgetown University / Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Director of Asian studies at Georgetown University and senior advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; former Director of Asian affairs at the National Security Council (2004-2007); author of The Impossible State: North Korea's Past and Future and co-author of Nuclear North Korea: A Debate on Strategies of Engagement

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After seventy years, there is finally an apology and a settlement for the women forced to work in brothels for the Japanese Imperial Army during WW II.

Controversial Comfort Women Settlement between Korea and Japan

After seventy years, there is finally an apology and a settlement for the women forced to work in brothels for the Japanese Imperial Army during WW II.

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Analysts are poring over video of today's funeral of Kim Jong Il, looking for clues to who will hold power in North Korea.

Kim Jong Il Laid to Rest in North Korea

Analysts are poring over video of today's funeral of Kim Jong Il, looking for clues to who will hold power in North Korea.

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North Korea is the world's most militarized nation and one of the poorest; the government does whatever it can to prevent information from seeping across the borders.

A Glimpse at North Korea: The Hermit Kingdom

North Korea is the world's most militarized nation and one of the poorest; the government does whatever it can to prevent information from seeping across the borders.

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