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Institute for Far Eastern Studies
Published in Asian Perspective, 32(4) 2008: 107-26.
The current Six Party Talks on the North Korean nuclear programs provide an opportunity to build new and unprecedented multilateral arrangements to enhance strategic stability and security in Northeast Asia, historically one of the most volatile regions in the world. This article, inspired by working with colleagues on the linkage between historical reconciliation and cooperative security over the past several years, tries to pull together ideas about the possible component parts for such a multilateral security institution in Northeast Asia.