Oct 28, 2010
Professor Liang died of undisclosed illness on October 28th in Beijing
Oct 14, 2010
The articles highlight the East German attitudes towards Kim Jong Il's succession in the early 1970s, drawing a parallel between the events some 36 years ago with the current question of Kim Jong Un's succession.
Oct 08, 2010
WASHINGTON--The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars welcomes Dr. Dirk Moses as a Wilson Center Australian Scholar. Moses will spend three months in residence at the Wilson Center, beginning in October 2010, working on a research project entitled "the Diplomacy of Genocide."
Oct 08, 2010
WASHINGTON--The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars welcomes Dr. Kuniko Ashizawa as a Wilson Center Japan Scholar. Ashizawa will spend four months in residence at the Wilson Center, beginning in September 2010, working on a research project examining Japan's contributions to peacebuilding efforts in Afghanistan.
Oct 01, 2010
Public Policy Scholar Marvin Ott discusses China's strategic ambitions in the South China Sea.
NKIDP Project Coordinator <b>James Person</b> is featured on the PBS television series <i>History Detectives</i>
Sep 17, 2010
Person provided details of prisoner exchanges during the war and of efforts to secure an armistice.
<i>Asia Today</i> emphasizes NKIDP project coordinator James Person's analyses on DPRK succession and PRC leverage over Pyongyang
Sep 09, 2010
The piece highlights how the misinterpretation of Kim Jong Il's trip to China originates from over exaggerated notions of Chinese leverage over the DPRK among experts in the US.
<i>Yonhap News</i> highlights NKIDP project coordinator James Person's analysis of DPRK-PRC relations
Sep 08, 2010
The article covered the Wilson Center Asia Program event "Knowing the North: Intelligence and Intentions of the DPRK" from September 8, 2010.
Aug 11, 2010
The government of Bangladesh's recent decision to double the minimum wage in the garment sector was significant, argues Public Policy Scholar Sanchita Saxena in a new commentary . However, she argues that Bangladesh continues to pay high tariffs to the United States (ten times the amount of development assistance it receives), hurting its competitiveness and chances at poverty reduction.