Search results for: John C.K. Daly
A Reset for U.S.-DPRK Relations: The Path Ahead
...the summit would not occur as both sides pushed back, appearing to leverage their negotiating positions. Much credit has to go to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has played...
What Does Denuclearisation Really Mean?
...to stage an historic US–DPRK summit seems to suggest that there is, at least symbolically, a degree of political will and a shared desire for consensus between Trump and Kim....
After the Pyeongchang Olympics: Prospects for Inter-Korean Relations
...Disarmament and Peace, DPRK The world has recently witnessed many dramatic events on the Korean peninsula, where only just last year the danger of war and confrontation prevailed. The high-level...
Japan and North Korea: Toward Engagement for Regional Security
...The Asahi Shimbun, “Kishida defends non-nuclear policy; Ishiba gains support,” September 8, 2017, http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201709080033.html; “Press Conference by Foreign Minister Taro Kono,” September 8, 2017, http://www.mofa.go.jp/press/kaiken/kaiken4e_000418.html.  John Taishu Pitt, “Room...
While the US Debates Election Meddling, Russian Strategy Remains on Course
...According to the commander of US Forces in Afghanistan General John Nicholson, other senior military and intelligence officials, as well as first-hand accounts, Moscow has been providing weapons to the...
Restraining China in the South China Sea: The Limits of U.S. Leverage
...mitigating the proliferation of nuclear weapons—notably Iran and North Korea. Second, U.S. policy suffers from a lack of consistency, coherence, and firmness which China has cleverly exploited to its advantage....