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Toward A Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone

Iran, War and World Energy

From Hiroshima and Nagasaki to the New Nuclear Age

Human Rights in North Korea and the U.S. Strategy of Linkage

The Demise of the NPT: New Players in the Proliferation Game

Nuclear Weapons, Suicide Bombers, and the Danger of Swarming Human Locusts

Achieving a Nuclear-Free Northeast Asia

Ending the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

The Flawed Rice Doctrine of 'Transformational Diplomacy' and American Global Policy

U.S. Presses Japan on Military Centers