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Attachments to
The Impact of the Northeast Asian Peace and Security Network in US-DPRK Conflict Resolution

Peter Hayes, Wade Huntley, Tim Savage, GeeGee Wong
Nautilus Institute
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ATTACHMENT 1: NAPSNET COMMISSIONED AND AUTHORED PAPERS ON NORTHEAST ASIAN PEACE AND SECURITY

NAPSNet Analytical Papers


Year

Date

Title

Author

Type

Content

Geog. Div.


1993

June 3

North Korea Crosses the Rubicon

HAYES, Peter, Nautilus Institute

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1


1993

Nov. 16

Should the US Supply Light Water Reactors to Pyongyang?

HAYES, Peter, Nautilus Institute

Staff paper

DPRK Nuclear

1993

Dec. 1

A United States-Type Light Water Reactor for North Korea? The Legal Realities

GILINSKY, Victor and William MANNING

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1993

Dec. 2

Supply of Light Water Reactor(s) to Pyongyang: Technological Issues and Their Possible Resolution

SALOMON LEVY ASSOCIATES

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

Jan. 6

Involving the DPRK in Northeast Asia Regional, Economic, and Environmental Cooperation

VALENCIA, Mark, East-West Center (US)

Commissioned paper

DPRK General

7


1994

Feb. 25

Defiance vs. Compliance: The DPRK’s Calculus Faced with Multi-lateral Sanctions

HAYES, Peter, Nautilus Institute

Staff paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

Feb. 25

Hanging in the Balance: North-South Korean Military Capabilities

HAYES, Peter, Nautilus Institute

Staff paper

Korean Peninsula

1994

May

North Korean Decision-Making Processes Regarding the Nuclear Issue

MANSOUROV, Alexandre
(Russia)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

May

Nuclear Forces in Northeast Asia

SEGAL, Gerald, International Institute for Strategic Studies (UK)

Commissioned paper

Nuclear Proliferation

1994

May 6

Engaging DPRK in a Verifiable Nuclear-Weapons-Free Zone: Addressing Nuclear Issues of the Korean Peninsula

SHEN, Dingli, Fudan University (PRC)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

May 23

Military Options in Korea’s Endgame

CUSHMAN, Lt. Gen. John (Ret.) (US)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

June

Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in Northeast Asia: A South Korean Perspective

KOO, Bon-Hak, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (ROK)

Commissioned paper

Nuclear Proliferation

1994

June 22

Will Economic Sanctions Work Against North Korea?

ELLIOTT, Kimberly Ann, Institute for International Economics (US)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

June 30

The Status of US, Russian, and Chinese Nuclear Forces in
Northeast Asia

LOCKWOOD, Dunbar, Arms Control Association (US)

Commissioned paper

Nuclear Proliferation

1994

July 27

North Korean Defector is South Korean CIA’s Time Bomb

MANSOUROV, Alexandre (Russia)

Commissioned paper

DPRK General

9


1994

July 17-19

The Impact of a Limited Nuclear Free Zone on Deployed Nuclear Weapons in Northeast Asia

ENDICOTT, John E., Center for International Strategy (US)

Commissioned paper

Nuclear Proliferation

1994

July 18-19

Regional Non-Nuclear Options from South Korea’s Perspective

CHEON, Seongwhun Research Institute for National Reunification (ROK)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1994

July 17-20

Confidence Building Measures in Northeast Asia: Examining Multilateral and Bilateral Dynamics at Work

HEPPELL, Janice (Canada)

Commissioned paper

Asian Security

1994

Sep. 26-27

DPRK After Kim Il Sung: Is a Second Republic Possible?

MANSOUROV, Alexandre (Russia)

Commissioned paper

DPRK General

1994

Dec.

Confrontation or Compromise on the Korean Peninsula? The
North Korean Nuclear Issue

KIHL, Young Whon (ROK)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1995

Feb.

Nuclear Free Zone on the Korean Peninsula: A Russian View

CHUFRIN, Gennady, Institute of Oriental Studies (Russia)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

8


1995

Feb.

South Korea’s Policy Making Process on North Korea’s Nuclear Issue: A Random Note

KIL, Jeong Woo, Research Institute for National Reunification (ROK)

Commissioned paper

DPRK Nuclear

1995

Feb.

Approaches to the Formulation of a Human Rights Agenda in the US-DPRK Dialogue

MANSOUROV, Alexandre (Russia)

Commissioned paper

DPRK General

1995

Mar. 15

North Korea, IAEA Special Inspections, and the Future of the Non-Proliferation Regime

DEMBINSKI, Dr. Matthias (Germany)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1995

Mar. 15

The Japan-US alliance in the Post-Cold War Era: Still Viable or Obsolete?

COSSA, Ralph (US)

Special Report

US-Japan Military

1995

Mar. 15

The Agreement Between the United States and North Korea

OKAZAKI, Hishahiko (Japan)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1995

Apr. 3

Strategic Implications of the US-DPRK Framework Agreement

WILBORN, Thomas L.(US)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1995

May 17

Thinking Strategically: What Are Japan’s Options for the Future?

ORR, Robert, Jr. (US)

Special Report

US-Japan Military

1995

May 17

Perceivable Winds of Change in North Korea?

ZUMWALT, James (US)

Special Report

DPRK General

1995

May 22

Peace Is Everyone’s Job

CARTER, Jimmy (US)

Special Report

Asian Security

1995

Aug.

International Economic Linkages of North Korea

FLAKE, L. Gordon (US)

Commissioned paper

DPRK General

2


1995

Oct. 7

Chinese Perception of the US-ROK Alliance

WANG, Fei-li (PRC)

Special Report

US-PRC Relations

1995

Oct. 17

The US, ROK, and North Korea: Anatomy of a Muddle

MANNING, Robert (US)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1995

Nov. 3

Future Roles of the Major Powers in Northeast Asia

COSSA, Ralph (US)

Special Report

Asian Security

1996

Jan. 17

Time to Shift Gears on China Policy

KENNEDY, Scott and Michael O’HANLON (US)

Special Report

US-PRC Relations

3


1996

Feb.

North Korea Low on US Agenda Though Crisis Looms

MANNING, Robert (US)

Special Report

US-DPRK Relations

1996

Mar. 4

Shanghai Initiative

SHEN, Dingli (PRC)

Special Report

Nuclear Proliferation

1996

Apr.

The Cheju Shuffle: Clinton and Korea

NOERPER, Stephen (US)

Special Report

US-DPRK Relations

1996

Apr. 24

PACTOM: A Nuclear Cooperation Regime as Asian CSBM

MANNING, Robert (US)

Special Report

Nuclear Proliferation

1996

May-June

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1996

July-Aug.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

2


1996

Sept-Oct

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1996

Oct. 31

After the Geneva Agreed Framework: Developing a Road Map for Normalizing Relations with North Korea

SNYDER, Scott (US)

Special Report

US-DPRK Relations

1996

Nov.-Dec.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

Jan.

Breaking the Logjam: North Korea Regrets and the U.S.-DPRK Agreed Framework

HAYES, Peter, Nautilus Institute

PFO #97-01

DPRK Nuclear

4


1997

Jan.

Discussion of Hayes

Ralph Cossa, Donald Gregg, Scott Snyder (US, US, US)

PFO #97-01B

DPRK Nuclear

1997

Jan.-Feb.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

Feb. 8

US-DPRK Relations: 1997 and Beyond

BARRY, Dr. Mark P.(US)

Special Report

US-DPRK Relations

1997

Feb. 14

Defection Of North Korea’s Ideologist A Clear Sign Of Regime Crisis

COTTON, Prof. James (Australia)

Special Report

DPRK General

1997

Mar.

Discussion of Norton

Kim Myong Chol (DPRK)

PFO #97-03B

Korean Peninsula

1997

Mar. 3

Ending the Korean Armistice Agreement: The Legal Issues

NORTON, Patrick M.(US)

PFO #97-03

Korean Peninsula

1997

Mar. 4

Much Ado About Little Radiation

HAYES, Peter

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1997

Mar. 10

Public Concern About The Taiwan-DPRK Radwaste Deal: An Opportunity

THOMAS, Gordon (US)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1997

Mar. 21

Debating the DPRK-Taiwan Nuclear Waste Deal

HAYES, Peter, Nautilus Institute

PFO #97-05

DPRK Nuclear

1997

Mar. 21

Response to Hayes

Gordon Thompson (US)

PFO #97-05B

DPRK Nuclear

1997

Mar.-Apr.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

May 7

DPRK Perspectives on Ending the Korean Armistice

KIM Myong Chol and PAK Chol Gu (DPRK, DPRK)

PFO #97-09 and #97-10

Korean Peninsula

1997

May-June

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

June 24

Arms Control and Peace on the Korean Peninsula

MOON Chung-in (ROK)

PFO #97-14

Korean Peninsula

1997

July 10

Assessing the Agreed Framework: Article Summaries &Response

GILINSKY, Victor, Henry SOKOLSKI and Howard DIAMOND (US, US)

PFO #97-15

DPRK Nuclear

6


1997

July 23

Challenges to Peace on the Korean Peninsula

BEDESKI, Robert E. (Canada)

PFO #97-16

Korean Peninsula

1997

July 28

A Russian Perspective on Korean Peace and Security

BAJANOV, Evgueni, Institute of Contemporary International Problems (Russia)

PFO#97-17

Korean Peninsula

1997

July-Aug.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

Aug. 22

Prospects and Implications of Korean Unification

DRENNAN, Col. William M., USAF (US)

PFO #97-18

Korean Peninsula

1997

Sep. 22

Anti-personal Land Mines Ban

THAKUR, Ramesh (South Asia)

Special Report

Asian Security

1997

Sept-Oct

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

Oct. 3

Middle Powers and Korean Normalization

DUNK, Tim and John MCKAY (Australia)

PFO #97-20

Korean Peninsula

1997

Oct. 14

Four Party Talks

MANNING, Robert A. (US)

Special Report

Korean Peninsula

1997

Oct. 30

Monitoring the Agreed Framework

COSSA, Ralph A., Pacific Forum, CSIS (US)

PFO #97-21

DPRK Nuclear

1997

Nov. 25

North Korea’s Political Problem

KIHL, Young Whan, Iowa State University (ROK)

PFO #97-23

DPRK General

1997

Nov.-Dec.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1997

Dec. 22

ROK Elections

BETANCOURT, Antonio & Mark BARRY (US)

Special Report

Korean Peninsula

1998

Jan. 6

Kim Jong-il’s Peace Policy

KIM Myong Chol (DPRK)

PFO #98-01

US-DPRK Relations

10


1998

Jan. 12

Discussion of Kim

Whee Gook Kim, John Kim (ROK, ROK)

PFO #98-01B

US-DPRK Relations

1998

Jan.-Feb.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1998

Feb. 10

Nuclear Deterrence

BUTLER, General Lee (Ret.) (US)

Special Report

Nuclear Proliferation

1998

Mar. 3

DPRK Energy Sector

David Von Hippel and Peter Hayes

PFO

DPRK General

1998

Mar. 18

Democracy and the Korean Economic Crisis

MO, Jongryon and Chung-in MOON (ROK)

PFO #98-03

Korean Peninsula

1998

Mar. 24

Discussion of Mo and Moon

Neil Munro, Taehwan Han, Whee Gook Kim (UK, ROK, ROK)

PFO #98-03

Korean Peninsula

1998

Mar.-Apr.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1998

Apr. 8

Will North Korea Negotiate Away Its Missiles?

WRIGHT, David C., Union of Concerned Scientists (US)

PFO #98-04

DPRK Nuclear

1998

May 21

Implications of South Asian Nuclear Tests: The Proliferation Network

HUNTLEY, Wade, Nautilus Institute

PFO #98-05

Nuclear Proliferation

1998

May 27

Implications of South Asian Nuclear Tests: What Can the World Do?

THAKUR, Ramesh, United Nations University, Tokyo (South Asia)

PFO #98-06

Nuclear Proliferation

1998

May-June

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1998

June 15

Political/Economic Transition on the Korean Peninsula

SNYDER, Scott, U.S. Institute of Peace (US)

PFO #98-07

Korean Peninsula

1998

June 19

Discussion of Snyder

Hugo WheeGook Kim (ROK)

PFO #98-07B

Korean Peninsula

1998

July-Aug.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

5


1998

Aug. 18

Potential Crisis in the Agreed Framework

FLAKE, L. Gordon (US)

PFO #98-08

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Aug. 20

Discussion of Flake

Robert G. Rich, Jr., John H. Kim, Esq. (US, ROK)

PFO#98-08B —

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Sep. 22

Think Again: Nonproliferation

PERKOVICH, George, W. Alton Jones Foundation (US)

PFO #98-09

Nuclear Proliferation

1998

Sep. 24

Discussion of Perkovich

Stephanie Mills (New Zealand)

PFO #98-09B

Nuclear Proliferation

1998

Sept-Oct

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1998

Oct. 5

North Korea’s Underground Construction

QUINONES, Dr. C. Kenneth (US)

PFO #98-10

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Oct. 13

Discussion of Quinones

Roy Kim, Paul Cleveland, Joel Wit (ROK, US, US)

PFO #98-10B

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Oct. 16

Plutonium Recycling in ROK

ROH, Eun-rae (ROK)

Special Report

Nuclear Proliferation

1998

Nov. 11

For Sale: North Korea’s Missile Program

SIGAL, Leon (US)

PFO #98-12

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Nov. 17

Future of the Agreed Framework: The Coming North Korean Crisis

KANTER, Arnold, Forum for International Policy (US)

PFO #98-13A

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Nov. 18

Dealing with North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Program

WIT, Joel, Henry L. Stimson Center (US)

PFO #98-13B

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Nov. 24

Farewell to the Agreed Framework!

KIM Myong Chol (DPRK)

PFO #98-13C

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Nov. 30

Discussion of Wit

Won-Ki Choi, Taewhan Han, Peter Hayes, Mark Hibbs, Kim Myong Chol, Roy Kim (ROK, ROK, US, DPRK, ROK)

PFO #98-13B

DPRK Nuclear

1998

Nov.-Dec.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1998

Dec. 22

Agreed Framework in Danger of Collapse

BROOKES, Peter (US)

PFO #98-13D

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Jan. 7

Keep North Korea in the Agreed Framework

KIM Sung-han (ROK)

PFO #98-13E

DPRK Nuclear

5


1999

Jan. 11

Constitutional Changes in DPRK

CHOI, Jinwook (ROK)

Special Report

DPRK General

1999

Jan.-Feb.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1999

Feb. 9

Famine in North Korea: Causes and Cures

Marcus Noland, Sherman Robinson, and Tao Wang (US)

Special Report

DPRK General

1999

Feb. 10

North Korea’s Coming ICBM

NIKSCH, Larry (US)

PFO #99-03

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Mar. 4

Collapse and Recovery of DPRK Economy

Marcus Noland, Sherman Robinson, and Tao Wang (US)

Special Report

DPRK General

1999

Mar. 11

Agreed Framework at the Crossroads

HUNTLEY, Wade and Timothy L. SAVAGE, Nautilus Institute

PFO #99-05

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Mar. 19

South Korea’s Package Deal

COSSA, Ralph A., Pacific Forum, CSIS (US)

PFO #99-05B

Korean Peninsula

1999

Mar. 22

Korea and South Asia

THAKUR, Ramesh & Ralph COSSA (US)

Special Report

Asian Security

1999

Mar. 25

National Missile Defense

GARWIN, Richard L. (US)

Special Report

Missile Defense

1999

Mar. 29

US-PRC Relations

GOLDSTEIN, Avery (US)

Special Report

US-PRC Relations

1999

Mar.-Apr.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1999

Apr. 5

ROK Economy

BECK, Peter (US)

Special Report

Korean Peninsula

1999

Apr. 22

Beyond the Defense Guidelines: Responding to Intruders

COSSA, Ralph (US)

Special Report

US-Japan Military

1999

May-June

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1999

June 3

Current View of the DPRK

NOERPER, Stephen Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (US)

Special Report

DPRK General

1999

June 4

The Kumchangni Inspection and Perry’s Visit to North Korea

PAIK Haksoon, Sejong Institute (ROK)

PFO #99-06A

DPRK Nuclear

1999

June 16

Discussion of Paik

Kim Myong Chol (DPRK)

PFO 99-06B

DPRK Nuclear

1999

June 23

Why the Protectorate Survives

BELLO, Walden, and KIMURA, Ehito, Focus on the Global South (Philippines)

Special Report

Asian Security

1999

June 28

There’s Less to the Chinese Threat Than Meets the Eye

GILL, Bates, Brookings Institution (US)

Special Report

US-PRC Relations

1999

July 9

The Nuclear Dimensions of the US-Japan Alliance

HALPERIN, Morton H (US)

Commissioned paper

Nuclear Proliferation

6


1999

July 15

The U.S.-DPRK Agreed Framework: Is it Still Viable? Is it Enough?

COSSA, Ralph, Pacific Forum CSIS (US)

Special Report

DPRK Nuclear

1999

July 21

Japan Under the US Nuclear Umbrella

KRISTENSEN, Hans M., Nautilus Institute

Staff paper

Nuclear Proliferation

1999

July-Aug.

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1999

Aug. 4

Modeling Korean Unification

Marcus Noland, Sherman Robinson, and Tao Wang (US)

Special Report

Korean Peninsula

1999

Sep. 1

The Politics of the North Korean Famine

Andrew Natsios (US)

Special Report

DPRK General

1999

Sep. 7

Jakarta Must Prevent the Escalation of Violence

Donald K. Emmerson (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 7

A Dark Scenario

Gerry van Klinken (Australia)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 7

A Tough Transition

Alan Dupont (Aus.)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 7

The East Timor Disaster

Richard Tanter (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 9

Security Implications for an Independent East Timor

John B. Haseman (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 9

East Timor: An ASEAN-UN Solution

Walden Bello (Philippines)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 9

What To Do On, and In, East Timor?

Agus Sari (East Timor)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 9

The crisis in East Timor: an analysis

Damien Kingsbury (Aus.)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 14

The Indonesian Intelligence State Revisited

Richard Tanter (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 15

East Timor and Teaching Lessons

Michael McDevitt (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 15

Don’t Rush to Write Off Our Indonesian Links

Harold Crouch (Aus.)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 16

A Tale of Timor and New World Disorder

Susan Tillou (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 16

APEC Meets: China/WTO and East Timor Dominate the Agenda

Doug Paal (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 17

Berlin: What Have We Learned and Where Do We Go From Here?

CHA, Victor (US)

PFO #99-07A

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Sep. 21

The Road from Berlin

EBERSTADT, Nicholas (US)

PFO #99-07B

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Sep. 21

East Timor and Australia-Twenty-Five Years of the Policy Debate

James Cotton (Aus.)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 21

East Timor and the ‘Disintegration’ of Indonesia

Sylvia Tiwon (US)

Special Report

East Timor

1999

Sep. 23

Seizing Opportunity in North Korea

WOLFSTAHL, Jon, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (US)

PFO #99-07C

US-DPRK Relations

1999

Sep. 27

Discussion of Cha’s essay

Josh Parr, Hugo Wheegook Kim, Haksoon Paik (US, ROK, ROK)

PFO #99-07D

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Sep. 28

Discussion of Eberstadt

Haksoon Paik, Peter Moody, Won-Ki Choi (ROK, US, ROK)

PFO #99-07E

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Sept-Oct

Russia DPRK Reports

CNS & CCIP (Russia)

DPRK Report

DPRK General

1999

Oct. 19

Change in North Korea

FEFFER, John and Karin LEE, American Friends Service Committee (US)

PFO #99-07F

DPRK General

1999

Oct. 21

US Policy toward DPRK

GILMAN, Benjamin A. (US)

Special Report

US-DPRK Relations

1999

Oct. 22

US-DPRK Will End Up in Shotgun Marriage

KIM, Myong Chol, Center for Korean-American Peace (DPRK)

PFO #99-07G

DPRK Nuclear

1999

Nov. 2

Discussion of Feffer and Lee

Cheong Wooksik and Suk Lee (ROK, ROK)

PFO #99-07H

DPRK General

1999

Nov. 9

The Perry Report: Scenario for a Collision Course?

LEE, Hwal-Woong, Korea 2000 (ROK)

PFO #99-07I

US-DPRK Relations

1999

Nov. 16

Early Indicators: ROK Long Range Missile Capabilities

Peter Hayes

Special Report

Asian Security


Notes:

  • Diversity ranking takes into account both percentage of non-US authors and number of authors’ countries included on a scale of 1 (least) to 10 (most).
  • Countries were assigned based on national origin and national identification, rather than country of residence.
  • Articles written by Nautilus staff were excluded from diversity ranking as we are interested to identify the diversity of network participants over time.
  • In cases of multiple authors, only one country was counted. However, in cases of responses to PFO’s, all individual respondents were included.


Country totals: US 78; Russia 26, ROK 26, UK 2, Canada 2, Japan 1, PRC 2, DPRK 8, Germany 1, Australia 7, South Asia 2, New Zealand 1, Philippines 2, East Timor 1.
These essays are mostly found on-line at:
http://www.nautilus.org/papers/security/index.html#nanp
http://www.nautilus.org/fora/security/index.html
http://www.nautilus.org/library/security/napsoped.html
ftp://ftp.nautilus.org/napsnet/RussiaDPRK
http://www.nautilus.org/napsnet/sr/East_Timor/index.html

 

 

ATTACHMENT 2: LIST OF INSTITUTIONAL RECIPIENTS OF NAPSNET
I. Republic of Korea


A) Current Recipients
7th Air Force
American Embassy, Seoul
Asia Foundation
BBC News
C.K. Park
Catholic University of Korea
Center for International Studies (YCIS)
Christian Institute for the Study of Justice and Development
Christian Science Monitor
College of Commerce and Law
College of Social Science, Seoul National Univ
Crocus Group Limited
Daewoo Economic Research Institute
Department of German Language and Literature, Seoul National
Department of International Relations
Department of North Koreanology
Department of Political Science and Foreign Affairs
Dongguk University
E.U. Research Center (2)
East-West Center
Edelman Public Relations Worldwide
Embassy of Canada
Ewha Womans University (2)
Far Eastern Economic Review
Forum of Democratic Leaders in the Asia-Pacific
French Embassy in Korea
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Graduate Institute of Peace Studies (2)
Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University (3)
Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University
Graduate School of Political Science and Foreign Policy
Green Korea United
Hallym University (2)
Hankyoreh Daily Newspaper (5)
Hanyang University
Ilmin International Relations Institute
Institute for Far Eastern Studies
Institute for Foreign Affairs and National Security, Foreign Ministry (2)
Institute for Peace Studies
International Relations
Investment Policy Division, Economic Cooperation Bureau,
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
Joongang Ilbo (3)
KEDO
Kim Dae Jung Peace Foundation (4)
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (8)
Korea Development Institute
Korea Electric Power Corporation
Korea Graduate News
Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA) (4)
Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU) (11)
Korea Institute of National Affairs
Korea Nuclear Fuel Co.
Korea Resources Corporation
Korea Rural Economic Institute(KREI)
Korea University (15)
Korean Buddhist Sharing Movement (2)
Kyonggi Small Business Foundation (KSBF)
Kyung Hee University
Law Offices of Lee & Ko
London Telegraph newspaper
Ministry of Finance and Economy
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Unification (3)
Ministry of Finance and Economy
Munwha Broadcasting Corporation (MBC)
National Assembly (3)
National Congress for New Politics (NCNP)
North Korean Economy Studies Center
Office of Environment, Science & Technology (EST)
Overseas Research Dept.,
Paeksuk Research Foundation
Participatory Autonomy Forum for 21C
Policy Planning Directorate
S.R.S. corporation
Sejong Institute (2)
Seoul National Organization
Seoul National Univ. (7)
Solidarity for World Peace & Human Rights
Sungshin Women’s University
Technology Center for Nuclear Control
The Academy of Korean Studies
The Chosun Ilbo (2)
The Daily Sports
The Dong-A Ilbo
The Hankook ILbo
The national coalition of NGOs for Inter-Korea Agricultural Development and Cooperation
Unification Research Institute (2)
US Forces-Korea (2)
Yonsei University (6)
You Me Patent & Law Firm

B) Organizations to Target
Korea Herald
Korea Times
Kyung-hyang Shinmun
Maeil Kyungje Shinmun
Pacific Asia Society
Pusan Ilbo
Research Inst. For International Affairs
Seoul Forum for International Affairs
Seoul Shinmun



II. United States


A) Current recipients:
ABB Inc.
Adirondack Enterprises
Albuquerque Journal
American Asian Research Enterprises
American Embassy Tokyo
American Embassy, Seoul
American Enterprise Institute
American Friends Service Committee (2)
American University
Amigos Internacionales
APEC Study Center
Argonne National Laboratory
Arizona State University
Army War College
Asahi Shimbun (2)
Asia / Pacific Research Center, Stanford Univ.
Asia Center, Harvard University
Asia Foundation
Asia Pacific Center
Asia Pacific Center for Justice and Peace
Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (2)
Asia Society (4)
Asia/Pacific Research Center
Asian Affairs (2)
Asian and Pacific Subcommittee
Asian Studies Detachment
Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (3)
Aspen Institute
Atlantic Council (7)
AWC
Barr Rosenberg Investment Management
Battelle Marine Sciences Laboratory
BDM International
Boston College
Bravo International
Brigham Young University
Brookings Institute (2)
Brown University
Bryn Mawr College
Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs (2)
Bureau of Export Administration
Bureau of Labor Statistics
California Export Finance Office
Canadian Embassy Washington
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (2)
Catholic Relief Services
CBS News
Center for Asia Pacific Strategic Development
Center for Asia-Pacific Policy
Center for Biodiversity Research, ERRI
Center for Defense Information
Center for Energy & Environmental Studies (2)
Center for Energy and Environmental Policy (2)
Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland
Center for International Security and Arms Control
Center for International Security and Strategic Studies
Center for International Strategy, Tech., and Policy
Center for International Studies
Center for International Trade and Security
Center for Japanese Studies, University of Hawaii
Center for Korean Legal Studies
Center for Korean Research/East Asian Institute
Center for Korean Studies, U. C. Berkeley
Center for Naval Analyses (4)
Center for Nonproliferation
Center for Nonproliferation Studies (3)
Center for Northeast Asia Policy Studies
Center for Public Integrity
Center for Science and International Affairs
Center for Strategic & International Studies (6)
Center for US-Japan Studies and Cooperation
Center for War, Peace, and the News Media
Center Harbor Rigging
Center of Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance
Center of Non-Proliferation of Montery Institute of International Studies
Century Foundation
CGSC (4)
China Business Intelligence
Chinese Mission to the United Nations
Chosun Ilbo
Christian Association for Medical Mission
Christian Science Monitor (2)
CIDCM
CIESIN/Columbia University
City University of New York
CMI Inc.
CMO Division, DOTD
CNA Corporation (2)
Coates & Frey, Attorneys at Law
Columbia Law School (2)
Columbia University (12)
Columbian Fathers’ Justice and Peace Office
Command and General Staff College
COMSEVENTHFLT
Congressional Research Svc/Library of Congress
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea (4)
Consulate General of the Russian Federation
Cooperative Monitoring Center
Cornell University (2)
Council of Foreign Relations (9)
Cox News
Dartmouth College (2)
David Lipscomb University
Department of Defense (4)
Department of Energy (4)
Department of Joint and Multinational Operations, US Army
Department of Labor
Department of Political Science, State University of New
Department of State
Dept of Econ and Geog, US Air Force Academy
Dept. of Geography, UC Berkeley
Dept. of Social Sciences–U.S. Military Academy
DIVARTY S-2
Dominica College
Dong-A ILBO Daily Newspaper
Dow Jones
DPRK Mission to the UN (2)
Dragon Hill Lodge
Drexel University
DRL/LEA
Duke Engineering & Services, Inc
EAP/K Korea Desk
Earthstewards
East Asia World Bank, East Asia and Pacific Region
East Asian Institute (2)
East-West Center (6)
East-West Research Institute
Eaton Corporation, ACD
Eighth United States Army
Elliot School of Int’l Affairs (2)
Elliott Group
Embassy of Australia
Embassy of Korea (5)
Enron International
Environmental Change and Security Project (2)
Eugene Bell Foundation
Export-Import Bank of Japan
Fairbank Center for East Asian Research
Federal Research Division
Federal Reserve Board
Federation of American Scientists (4)
Feinstein International Famine Center
Fletcher School (4)
Ford Foundation
Forum for International Policy (2)
Free Congress Foundation
free-lance journalist
George Washington University (10)
Georgetown Economic Services
Georgetown University (9)
Georgia College and State University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia State University
Global Aviation Associates, Ltd.
Global Peace and Conflict Studies
Government Dept.
Graduate School of Int’l. Relations and Pacific Studies (2)
Graduate School of Journalism
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Grant’s Asia Observer
Hankook Ilbo- Korea Times
Harriman Institute
Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges
Harvard Law School
Harvard Radcliffe Korean Association
Harvard University (9)
HATV Productions
Hebrew University
Henry L. Stimson Center (5)
HHC, 3rd BN, Special Warfare Center and School
HHC, 8th MP BDE
Historical Evaluation & Research Organization
Honeywell Defense Avionics Systems (2)
Honolulu Advertiser
Hoover Institution
House International Relations Committee (3)
HQ US Air Force
HQ USAF/CVAS
HQ, U.S. Pacific Command
Hudson Institute
Hunter College (2)
IEA International Centre for Gas Technology Information
IGCC,
Illinois State University
Indian University
INIS
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Institute for East Asian Studies, U. C. Berkeley (3)
Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis
Institute for Global Security Studies
Institute for International Economics
Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University
Institute for Resource and Security Studies
Institute for Social & Environmental Transition: ISET
Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security Ministry of Foreign Afairs
Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC)
Integrated Interiors Int’l Inc
InterAction
Intercap Investments Inc.
Intercultural Institute of California / Korean Center, Inc.
International Commemorations Committee
International Council on Korean Studies
International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies
International Peace Council
International Policy and Analysis Division
International Policy Studies Institute
International Relations Committee
International Technology and Trade Associates (ITTA) (2)
Iowa State University
IREX
ITTA, Inc (4)
J.H. Yang & Co., Inc.
Jacob’s Intelligence Battalion
James Madison University
Japan America Society
Japan Policy Research Institute
Japan Society of Northern California (2)
JFK School of Government, Harvard University (5)
Jimmy Carter Center
Johannsen Group
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (3)
John Merck Fund
Johns Hopkins University
Journal of Commerce
Kim Dae-jung Peace Foundation for the Asia-Pacific Region
Korea Economic Institute of America (2)
Korea Electric Power Corporation (2)
Korea Exposure & Education Program
Korea Society (5)
Korea Times Los Angeles/FM Seoul Radio
Korea Times New York
Korea Trade Center
Korean Air
Korean -American Chamber of Commerce SF
Korean American Peace Institute.
Korean American Sharing Movement (2)
Korean Americans For Global Action
Korean Americans for Progressive Action
Korean Community Center of the East Bay
Korean Consulate General in Hawaii
Korean Consulate General in LA
Korean Information Center
Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO) (5)
Korean Youth & Student Union (2)
Korean-American Bar Association of Southern Cal (2)
KQED
KWR International, Inc.
Laboratory for Sustainable Development Training and Research
Land Information Warfare Activity, INSCOM
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (5)
Levinson Foundation
Lewis and Clark College
Library of Congress
Lockheed Martin
Los Angeles Times (3)
Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau
Mail Stop C-2
Management Strategies, Inc.
Mansfield Center for Pacific Affairs
Maryknoll Fathers Justice and Peace Office
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (3)
MBC-TV NEW YORK
McElroy and Associates
Mennonite Central Committee
Mercy Corps International (5)
Metro Services
Michael Cho Productions
MID, 2/1 SFG (A)
MIM
Monash University
Monterey Institute of International Studies (7)
MP-CMS, Inc.
NAC International
National Association of Korean Americans (NAKA)
National Bureau of Asian Research
National Committee on American Foreign Policy
National Committee on United States – China Relations (3)
National Defense University (2)
National Guard (2)
National Security Council
National Security News Service
National Security Studies and Systems Group of SAIC
National Security Studies Program – CSUSB
National War College
Nautilus Institute
Navy
NBR
Net-Gain Concepts
New York Times (2)
New Yorker
NewsHour with Jim Lehrer NN-47
Non-Proliferation
Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC)
Nonproliferation, Arms Control and International Security
Northwestern University
Nuclear Control Institute
Numark Associates, Inc.
NYU School of Law
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ocean Law & Policy Institute
Office of Korean Affairs (2)
Office of Senator Jeff Bingaman
Office of the Special Advisor to the Commander-in-Chief
Office of U.S. Rep. Tony P. Hall
Oh & Hassig Pacific Rim Consulting
OPNAV, US Navy
Oregon Joint Professional School of Business (3)
Oriental Economist Report
Pacific Air Forces, Directorate of Intelligence
Pacific Basin Studies Program
Pacific Council on International Policy
Pacific Forum/CSIS
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (2)
Pacific Rim Enterprise Center
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, & Garrison
Peace Resource Ctr. of San Diego/ Pac. Campaign for Disarm’t &
Pennsylvania State University
People
PERC EAST International
Piper Pacific International
Planet Properties
Ploughshares Fund
Polyconomics
Portland State University (2)
Princeton University (13)
Program for Nonproliferation Studies
Program on Conflict Resolution
Program on Peace and International Cooperation
Programme for Promoting Nuclear
Radin Consulting Associates LLC
Radio Free Asia (4)
Rand Corporation (5)
Rand Graduate School
Raytheon Corporation (2)
Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific (2)
Relations Committee
Republic of Korea Mission to the United Nations
Reuters
Robert F. Kennedy Memorial
Rockefeller Foundation
ROK-US Combined Forces Command
Rose Foundation
Routledge
Rutgers University (3)
Sagye Times
SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation) (6)
San Francisco Chronicle (2)
Sandia National Laboratories (5)
School of International Affairs
School of International and Public Affairs (2)
School of International Relations
School of Journalism
School of Public Affairs
School of Social Sciences
Scowcroft Group
Seagoing Associates
Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
Shepherd College
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton (2)
Sigur Center for Asian Studies, GWU
Smith Richardson Foundation
Social Science Research Council
SOCKOR
South Puget Sound Community College
Stanford University (4)
Stanley Foundation
Stanton Group
State Department — Consulate Gen. Sapporo
State Department, EAPK
State University of NY at Stony Brook
Stony Brook University, Dept. of Political Science
Strategic Studies Institute
Stratfor Systems
Subcommittee on Asia & the Pacific, House International
SUNY Buffalo
Syracuse University
SYSTRAN Software, Inc.
TCR
Tech Res Cntr
Technology Analysis International
Technology Development Division
Texas A&M
Time Magazine
Tufts University
Twentieth Century Fund/Century Foundation
U. S. Consulate General Hong Kong
U.S. 7th Fleet
U.S. Army War College
U.S. Asia Commercial Development Corp.
U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. Department of Defense PADUSD (ES)
U.S. Department of Energy (2)
U.S. Department of State (4)
U.S. Embassy, Seoul (4)
U.S. Naval Reserves
U.S. Navy (6)
U.S. News and World Report
U.S. Pacific Command
UCLA (3)
UNC/CFC/USFK CINC’s Initiatives Group
UNC-Chapel Hill, Public Policy Curriculum
UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) (5)
UNICEF
Union College
Union of Concerned Scientists
United Methodist Church
United Nations
United Nations Association of the USA
United Nations Command (2)
United States Forces Korea
United States Govt
United States Information Agency
United States Institute of Peace (2)
United States Marine Corps
United States Senate (2)
Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
Univ. of Maryland at College Park
Univ. of S. Carolina
University of California Education Abroad Program
University of California, Berkeley (12)
University of California, San Diego (2)
University of California-Irvine
University of Cincinnati
University of Connecticut
University of Georgia (4)
University of Hawaii (8)
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Maryland (3)
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota – Morris (2)
University of North Dakota
University of Notre Dame
University of Pennsylvania (6)
University of Phoenix
University of Pittsburgh
University of Redlands
University of San Diego School of Law
University of Southern California (3)
University of Texas (5)
University of Tsukuba/University of Nebraska
University of Washington Law School
University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
US Air Force (7)
US Air Force International Affairs
US Army (23)
US Army Command & General Staff College (3)
US Army Reserve
US Army Special Operations Command
US Army Special Warfare Center
US Army War College
US Army War College/Center for Strategic Leadership
US Army, Student Officer Detachment
US Army/University of Kansas
US Coast Guard
US Congress
US Embassy Tokyo
US Forces Korea
US General Accounting Office
US Government
US Information Agency
US Institute for Peace (USIP)
US Marine Corps (2)
US Military
US National Center for APEC
USACGSC
USAF/XOOX
USAJFKSWCS
USC
USF
US-Korea Society (2)
USMTF
Vanderbilt University
Vector Data Systems
Vello Oinas International Trade
W. Alton Jones Foundation, Inc. (2)
Washington and Lee University
Washington Times
Wellesley College
William Jewell College
Winston Foundation
Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control
Women’s Division
Woodrow Wilson Center (2)
Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University (2)
World Affairs Council (3)
World Bank (3)
World Vision International
WorldLink
Yomiuri Shimbin (4)
York at Buffalo

B) Organizations to Target
Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies, Claremont McKenna College
Commonwealth Club of California
Discovery Institute
Human Rights Watch/California
National Center for APEC
Pacific Basin Institute
James A. Baker III Inst. for Public Policy, Rice University



III. China


A) Current Recipients
ACSA/Asahi Network
Asian Department, MFA
Beijing Middle Investment Consulting & Advisory Co.
Center for American Studies Fudan University (2)
Center for Analysis & Measurement, Fudan University
China Defense Science and Technology Information Center (2)
China Institute of International Studies
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (7)
Commission on Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense (COSTIND) (3)
Cuban Embassy of Beijing
Department of American Studies
Department of Arms Control and Disarmament Research Development
Embassy of Norway, Beijing
Embassy of Peru in China
Embassy of Poland in Beijing
Far Eastern Economic Review
Inst. of Applied Physics. & Computer Math
Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (9)
Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics (2)
Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies (2)
Intl. Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Soc.’s
Program on Arms Control and Disarmament (2)
Research Institute of Environmental Law
Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (2)
Shanghai Institute for International Studies (3)
South-North (Tian Heng) Institute for Sustainable
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
UNDP/Tumen Secretariat
United Nations, World Food Programme
Washington Post

B) Organizations to Target
Academy of Military Sciences
Asia Institute
Beijing Ribao
Beijing University
Beijing Wanbao
Central People’s Broadcasting
China Academy of Engineering Physics
China Center for International Studies
China Central TV
China Daily
China Economic Weekly
China Institute of Contemporary International Relations
China Institute of International Strategic Studies
China School of Journalism
Chinese People’s Institute for Foreign Affairs
Economic Daily
Foreign Affairs Academy
Foundation for International Strategic Studies
Gongren Ribao
Guangming Ribao
Hanzhou University
Huazhong University
Jiefang Ribao
Lanzhou University
People’s University of China
Radio Beijing
Renmin Ribao
Shanghai Wenhui Ribao
Sichuan University
Ministry of National Defense
Xiamen University
Xinhua News Agency
Xin Min Ribao



IV. Japan


A) Current Recipients
American Friends Service Committee
Asahi Shimbun (3)
Asian Business Magazine
Association for a Peaceful Okinawa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cambodia Daily
Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM) (3)
Center for Knowledge Exchange & Creation
Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
Chicago Tribune
Choson Simbo Company
Fukuoka University
Gensuikin
Hokurikugakuin Junior College
Institute of Statistical Mathematics
International Christian University (2)
International Office
International Peace Research Institute Meigaku (PRIME)
International University of Japan (2)
Japan Center for International Exchange
Japan Institute for International Affairs (2)
Japan Press Service
JMSDF, Tsukuba Univ
Kansai Univ
Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance
Kobe Gakuin University (2)
Kyodo News Service
Kyoto Seika University
L&H Japan
Los Angeles Times, Tokyo Bureau
Matsushita Institute
MIT/University of Tokyo
Molex Co., Far East North
National Defense Academy
National Institute for Defense Studies (2)
New York Times (2)
Newsweek
NHK-Japan Broadcasting Corp.
Nissho Iwai Corporation
Nomura Research Institute
Office of Akiko Yamanaka, MP
Office of the Prime Minister
Osaka University (3)
Pacific Campaign for Disarmament and Security
Pacific Economic Cooperation Council
Peace Research Institute
Radiopress Inc.
Research Institute for Peace and Security
Sasakawa Peace Foundation
School of International Public Policy
Security Affairs Office
Socioeconomic Research Center
The Christian Science Monitor
Tottori Research Center

B) Organization to Target
Aoyama Gakuin University
Asia-Pacific Association of Japan
Association for Promotion of International Cooperation
Defense Academy
Defense Agency
Diamond Weekly
Foundation for Advanced Information and Research
Hiroshima Univ.
Institute for International Policy Studies
International Center for the Study of East Asian Development
Japan Forum on International Relations
Japan Times
Jiji Tsushin-sha
Mainichi Shimbun
Meiji Gakuin Univ.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
National Institute for Research Advancement
Nihon Keizai
Okayama Univ.
Sankei Shimbun
Sekai Journal
Seijo University
Seikei Univ., Center for Asian and Pacific Studies
Shizuoka Univ.
Sophia Univ., Inst. For Int’l Relations
Tokyo Shimbun
Tokyo Univ.
Tsukuba Univ.
United Nations Univ.
Wakeda Univ.



V. Taiwan


A) Current Recipients
Chinese Association for Korean Studies
Cross-strait Interflow Prospect Foundation
Embassy of Costa Rica
Fu & Associates
Institute of China Studies
National Chengchi University (4)
National Taiwan University
NCCU.Institute of Diplmacy
South African Embassy in Taipei
Taiwan Institute of Economic Research
Taiwan Power Company
Tamkang University (4)

B) Organizations to Target
Academica Sinica, Inst. Of European and American Studies
Chinese Council of Advanced Policy Studies
Institute for National Policy Research



VI. Canada


A) Current Recipients
Atomic Energy Control Board
British High Commission, Ottawa
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Canadian Consortium on Asian Pacific Security (CANCAPS) (2)
Canadian Red Cross Society
Canadian Security & Intelligence Service
Center for International and Strategic Studies
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (6)
Department of National Defence (Canada)
Dept. of East Asian Studies, University of Toronto
End the Arms Race
Institute of International Relations (2)
Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies (3)
Korean Consulate General in Toronto
Lakehead University
M&E Education Services
Pacific Campaign for Disarmament & Security (PCDS)
Research and Safeguards Division
Research Group in International Security (McGill University
Senate of Canada
Simon Fraser University
Toronto Star
Universite du Quebec a Montreal
University of British Columbia (5)
University of Melbourne &/ British Columbia
University of Toronto (2)
University of Victoria (4)
Vancouver Economic Development Commission
York University (5)

B) Organizations to Target
Canadian Orgs to Target
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Canadian Council for International Cooperation
Canadian Council for International Peace and Security
Canadian Institute of International Affairs
Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies
The Canadian Press
Globe and Mail
Toronto Star
The Province
Universite de Montreal, Centre d’etudes de l’Asie de l’Est
Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Communication Research






ATTACHMENT 3: Media Users of NAPSNet, November 1999

 

      Keith Bennett London, UK

 

      Takeshi Chiba, TOSHIMA-KU, JAPAN

 

      Han-joo Joo, ROK

 

      Donald Kirk, Washington, USA

 

      Joshua M Parr, Editor, Pacific News Service, San Fransisco, USA

 

      Yoshikazu Tanaka, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Rachel E. L. Wolff, Asahi Shimbun, Washington, USA

 

      Masaru Honda, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Norito, Kunisue, Asahi Shimbun, Osaka, JAPAN

 

      Takaaki Mizuno, Staff Correspondent, Asahi Shimbun American General Bureau, Washington, USA

 

      Bradley Martin, Deputy Editor, Asia Times, Bangkok, Bangkok, THAILAND

 

      Sam Jameson, Reporter, Asian Business Magazine, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Alice Wu, Editor, Asia-Pacific Media Network, Los Angeles, USA

 

      Robert, K. Dietz, Frontlines Editor, Asiaweek, Ltd., Hong Kong,

 

      Peter McCutcheon, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Juliet Hindell, BBC, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      James Miles, BBC, London, GREAT BRITAIN

 

      Seung-jin (Kevin) Kim, BBC News, Seoul, ROK

 

      Andrew, Wood, BBC News, Seoul, ROK

 

      Shelley Thakral, Producer, BBC World Service, Boston, USA

 

      David Jackson, CBS News, New York, USA

 

      Michael Lev, Chicago Tribune, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Liz Sly, Chicago Tribune, Beijing, ROC

 

      John Tkacik, China Business Intelligence, Alexandria, USA

 

      Il Su Han, Choson Simbo Company, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Rebecca Mills, Producer/Journalist, Christian Aid, London, GREAT BRITAIN

 

      Michael Baker, Seoul Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor, Seoul, ROK

 

      Euntaek Hong, Dong-A ILBO Daily Newspaper, Oakton, USA

 

      Jonghwan Lee, Beijing correspondent, Donga News Daily, Beijing, PRC

 

      David Fouquet, European Institute for Asian Studies, Brussels, BELGIUM

 

      Lorien Holland, Far Eastern Economic Review, Beijing, PRC

 

      A. J. Conboy, writer, Freelance, Bradenton, USA

 

      Lucy Komisar, free-lance journalist, New York, USA

 

      Yun joo Jung, Han-kyoreh Newspaper, Alexandria, USA

 

      Peter Irwin, HATV Productions, Washington, USA

 

      John T. Griffin, Freelance writer and columnist, Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu, USA

 

      Omokawa Makoto, Japan Press Service, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Kenro Nagoshi, Jiji press, Washington, USA

 

      Yasushi Tomiyama, Foreign News Editor, Jiji Press, Yokohama, Kanagawa, JAPAN

 

      Young-Ku Yoo, Joongang Ilbo, Seoul, ROK

 

      Min Seok Kim, Joongang Ilbo Daily News, Seoul, ROK

 

      Won-tae Shin, Joongang-Ilbo Dailynews, Seoul, ROK

 

      Satoshi Takata, Kyodo News Service, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Thomas Plate, columnist, L.A. Times, Los Angeles, USA

 

      John Larkin, London Telegraph newspaper, Seoul, ROK

 

      Sonni Efron, Los Angeles Times, Tokyo Bureau, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Mark Danser Hibbs, McGraw Hill Nucleonics Week, Bonn, GERMANY

 

      Richard Nahm, Metro Services, Rockville, USA

 

      Robert Baric, journalist, MoD-Croatia, CROATIA

 

      Bokyong Lee, Munwha Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), Seoul, ROK

 

      Ralph K. Benesch, Owner, Net-Gain Concepts, Springfield, USA

 

      Nicholas Kristof, New York Times, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      David C. Unger, editorial board member, New York Times, New York, USA

 

      Sheryl WuDunn, New York Times, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Seymour Hersh, Journalist, New Yorker, Washington, USA

 

      Masaya O Nishio, Correspondent, Newspaper AKAHATA, Washington, USA

 

      George Wehrfritz, Tokyo correspondent, Newsweek, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Kenji Kohno, NHK-Japan Broadcasting Corp., Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Peter Ennis, Oriental Economist Report, New York, USA

 

      Young-jib Kim, Participatory Autonomy Forum for 21C, Kwangju City, ROK

 

      Ben Cramer, Radio France International, Paris, FRANCE

 

      Jaehoon Ahn, Director, Korean Service, Radio Free Asia, Washington, USA

 

      Sooil Chun, Radio Free Asia, Washington, USA

 

      Moonhui Kim, Radio Free Asia, Washington, USA

 

      Hyewon Lee, Radio Free Asia, Washington, USA

 

      Wonhee Lee, Radio Free Asia, Washington, USA

 

      Daniel Lee, Radio Free Asia, USA

 

      Global Beat News, Boston, USA

 

      Noriyuki Suzuki, Radiopress Inc., Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Lewis Dolinsky, Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, USA

 

      David Armstrong, Tourism/trade writer, San Francisco Examiner, USA

 

      Yoichi Kato, Political Correspondent, The Asahi Shimbun, Washington, DC, USA

 

      Makoto Sekimoto, Foreign News Dept. writer, The Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Toru Omuta, Staff writer, The Asahi Shimbun Science News Section, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      Chang-Gi Kim, The Chosun Ilbo, Seoul, ROK

 

      Doosik Park, The Chosun Ilbo, Fairfax, USA

 

      Dae-Yeol Kwon, The ChosunIlbo, Seoul, ROK

 

      Cameron W. Barr, The Christian Science Monitor, USA

 

      Nicole Gaouette, The Christian Science Monitor, Tokyo, JAPAN

 

      In Hyung Kang, The Daily Sports, Seoul, ROK

 

      Moon-Hong Song, The Dong-A Ilbo, Seoul, ROK

 

      Edwina Moreton, The Economist Newspaper, London, GREAT BRITAIN

 

      Sang Seok Lee, The Hankook ILbo, Seoul, ROK

 

      Byong Su Park, The Hankyoreh, Seoul, USA

 

      Jehun Lee, The Hankyoreh (The Daily Newpaper), Seoul, ROK

 

      C. Raja, Mohan, The Hindu, New Delhi, INDIA

 

      Sung-Jin Kim, The Joongang Dailynews, Seoul, ROK

 

      Kyo-Young Jung, The JoongAng Ilbo, Seoul, ROK

 

      Tim Shorrock, The Journal of Commerce, Washington, USA

 

      Yong Il Shin, The Korea Times New York, Long Island City, USA

 

      Howard, W, French, The New York Times, New York, USA

 

      Stephanie Strom, The New York Times, New York, USA

 

      Won-Ki Brent Choi, The Unification Research Institute, The Joongang Daily, Seoul, ROK

 

      Bill Gertz, The Washington Times, Washington, USA

 

      Masahi Iiyama, The Yomiuri Shimbun, McLean, USA

 

      Takashi Sakamoto, The Yomiuri Shimbun, Washington, USA

 

      Linda Yun, The Yomiuri Shimbun, Washington, USA

 

      Stella Kim, Time Inc., Seoul, ROK

 

      Frank Gibney, Jr., Time Magazine, New York, USA

 

      David Crane, Toronto Star, Toronto, CANADA

 

      Kevin Whitelaw, U.S. News and World Report, Washington, USA

 

      Kevin Lee, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, USA

 

      Tato Takahama, Visiting Lecturer/Journalist, University of California, Berkeley

 

      Graduate School of Journalism, Berkeley, USA

 

      John Pomfret, Reporter, Washington Post, Beijing, PRC

 

    Ha-Young Song, Editor-in-chief, WISE D.Base & Korea Economic Weekly, Seoul, ROK

Source: NASPNet Data Base, Nautilus Institute, November 1999.




ATTACHMENT 4: NORTH KOREA THROUGH AN AMERICAN PRISM:

A LIST OF MYTHS CURRENTLY RECYCLED THROUGH THE MEDIA

 

Peter Hayes

December 19, 1993

In this memo, I list twenty three myths about about the nuclear standoff with North Korea that can be observed today in US media reporting, editorials, and oped analyses. Future versions of this note will expand on and track the evolution of these myths. Readers are invited to inform the author of other myths that have appeared in the public discourse about this dispute.

Much of the current coverage of the standoff in US mainstream press is based on leaks from bureaucratic forces contending for position or turf. With significant exceptions, most reporters are way behind the curve of actual US policy and the state of play of negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington. Mainstream print and electronic media regularly cite conservative pundits who favor either the rollback of the North Korean regime, or its containment based primarily on US military power.

In addition to tainted sources, North Korea’s refusal to admit foreign journalists to cover events in North Korea or to even interview its own leadership is partly responsible for the high level of ignorance and prejudice to be found in American news coverage of the standoff.

The combination of these predominant myths with the ignorance of reporters about North Korea ensures that the US media primarily frame public opinion rather than inform it. The real news is missed–the fact that the US is talking with its archenemy; the terms of the pending deal with Pyongyang; and whether there should be a deal at all with North Korea.

As with all myths, they contain elements of truth. Often, it’s what’s left unsaid rather than what is spelled out that’s crucial to undermining an effective public debate.

ABOUT NORTH KOREA

1. North Korea is the “single most dangerous problem in the world” (C. Krauthammer, “North Korea’s Coming Bomb, It’s Clinton’s crisis, and he’s not ready to lead,” Washington Post, November 5, 1993, p. A27.)

2. North Korea’s only goal is to get nuclear weapons.

3. North Korea has nuclear weapons now.

4. North Korea getting nuclear weapons would inevitably lead to South Korea and Japan following suit.

5. North Korea with nuclear weapons could spoil the security architecture of a Pacific Community built on diplomacy and economic interdependence rather than militarized alliances held over from the period of Cold War militant containment.

6. North Korea with nuclear weapons could severely damage the NPT extension/review conference in 1995.

7. North Korea will collapse soon (“implode”).

variant: North Korea soon will collapse economically.

8. North Korea cannot change.

variant: North Korea’s economic problems are all self-imposed due to its command-and-control economy and centralised, personalised polity.

9. North Korea can be starved into submission.

10. North Korea is politically and socially unstable.

11. North Korea can be bludgeoned into submission.

12. North Korea is poised to invade South Korea at a moment’s notice and intends to do so continuously.

13. North Korea’s leadership is (variously described) as erratic, irrational, crazy etc.

14. North Korea’s leadership only understand the language of force.

15. North Korea has no legitimate security concerns to address with the United States.

16. North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Il, is insecure. The succession is incomplete.

ABOUT US POLICY RE NORTH KOREA

1. The US is using only carrots, no sticks.

variant: US sanctions for the last 40 years have not affected North Korea.

2. Talking to North Korea is a concession by the US.

3. The US has done nothing to slow the North Korean nuclear program.

4. The US can unilaterally impose sanctions against North Korea to effect.

5. The US has given away the store already.

6. The US has sold out its closest ally in Northeast Asia, South Korea.

variant: The US can act unilaterally and ignore what South Korea or Japan views or response.

7. The US response to North Korean first use of nuclear weapons would be to use nuclear weapons to annihilate North Korea.

 

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