Interviews, commentary and analysis given by staff and associates of the Nautilus Institute.
BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND February 11, 1999 Chief Correspondent Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with Peter Hayes, director of the Nautilus Institute at Berkeley, about his wind power project in North Korea. JIM LEHRER: Finally tonight, windmills in North Korea, and to Elizabeth Farnsworth in San Francisco.ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH: At a time of increasing tension between the United […]Go to the article
Los Angeles Times Tuesday, September 29, 1998 Home Edition Section: Metro Page: B-7 CALIFORNIA PROSPECT Commentary Is Crazy the Only Answer to Crazy? Congress is on the brink of killing off the last peaceful U.S. ties to North Korea. Then what? By: TOM PLATE Times columnist Tom Plate teaches at UCLA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org In […]Go to the article
NOTES FROM HERE AND THERE Lewis Dolinsky Friday, May 22, 1998 A HAT CAN WORK WONDERS IN NORTH KOREA Neither North Korea nor the United States is living up to the spirit of the understanding signed in 1994 as an alternative to war. The North shut down two nuclear reactors, and the United States agreed to […]Go to the article
Posted at 9:10 p.m. PST Wednesday, March 11, 1998 North Korea opening door ever so slightly to accept windmills for power T.T. Nhu Mercury News Staff Writer SAN JOSE, Calif. — Lest anyone have lingering doubts the Cold War is in the final stages of a thaw, consider this: In May, with the blessing of […]Go to the article
March 20, 1998 The Korea Herald A 15kw-level wind power plant will likely be established in North Korea with the support of an American research institute this year. Green Korea, a South Korean environmental group, said yesterday that the power plant will be set up in Onchon County, southwest of Pyongyang. According to […]Go to the article