On January 4, 2011 (22:00 KST, 08:00 EST) Duyeon Kim, Deputy Director of Nuclear Non-Proliferation at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, appeared on South Korea’s leading broadcaster KBS’ special news program to discuss North Korean motives and discussed the forecast for the North Korean issue in 2011. English translation: Duyeon Kim, Deputy Director, […]
On November 25, 2010 BBC Interviewed Duyeon Kim, Deputy Director of Nuclear Non-Proliferation at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferaiton, about North Korea’s attack on South Korea’s Yeonpyeong Island that killed two marines and two civilians, injuring 18 others. Below are key quotes by Duyeon Kim: “What’s important is the road foreward. It’s inevitable […]
Center Deputy Director Duyeon Kim talked about the recent unsettling news from the Korean peninsula last night with CBS News. You can watch the whole thing here. And be sure to check out her analysis on NoH here and here.
Click here for the video link. “It’s [North Korean attack] a clear violation of the Korean armistice, the UN Charter and a host of non-aggression agreements. Unlike past provocations in the West Sea, this time was much more serious and much more provocative because it directly attacked South Korean territory killing lives and injuring many […]
by Robert G. Gard and John Isaacs Published in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists Online on February, 24 2009 Article summary below; read the full text online Greg Mello’s recent Bulletin article “The Obama Disarmament Paradox” distorts the Obama administration’s nuclear agenda by making unjustified assumptions that discredit President Barack Obama’s historic commitment to seek a […]