Regional Security

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North Korea, Nuclear Diplomacy, and Regional Security in Northeast Asia

Speakers: Stephen W. Bosworth and Han Sung-Joo
Presider: Richard C. Bush III

Stephen Bosworth of Tufts University and Korea University's Han Sung-Joo join Richard Bush of the Center for East Asia Policy Studies to discuss the history of nuclear negotiations with North Korea and outline the potential policy options going forward.

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Inside Korea (Audio)

Speakers: Hyun In-taek and Kim Tae-young
Presider: Charles L. "Jack" Pritchard

Hyun In-taek and Kim Tae-young discuss their experiences managing crises on the Korean peninsula in 2010 and their policy recommendations for future U.S.-ROK cooperation.

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Backgrounder

The African Union

Author: Stephanie Hanson

The African Union succeeded the old Organization for African Unity (OAU) in 2002. Since then, the new institution has struggled to reform governing bodies inherited from the OAU while shouldering challenging new peacekeeping missions.

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Backgrounder

Leading Africa

Author: Stephanie Hanson

With South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya all hobbled by varying degrees of instability and infighting, experts fear Africa lacks leadership for continent-wide security and economic initiatives.

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Backgrounder

Australia's Security Role in the Pacific

Author: Esther Pan

Australia is assuming a more prominent role in Pacific Rim security affairs, increasingly deploying forces to troubled states in the region in an attempt to stabilize them. While its moves are welcomed by some of its neighbors, others are wary of Canberra's strong military and its close relationship with Washington.

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The North Korean Nuclear Threat: Evaluating Its Twenty-Year Evolution

In the two decades since North Korea announced its intention to withdraw from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the crisis that followed, North Korea's provocations have continued to escalate tensions. Please join Stephen Bosworth and Han Sung-Joo to discuss the progression of the North Korean nuclear threat over the past two decades including their experiences during negotiations for the 1994 Agreed Framework.

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