On 12-15 January 2006 Pugwash convened the 4th Pugwash Workshop on East Asian Security, co-sponsored by the Chinese People’s Association for Peace and Disarmament (CPAPD) and the Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics (IAPCM), held in Beijing.
Rapporteur: Mark B.M. Suh
Verification and Dismantlement Issues in the DPRK Nuclear Programs
Analyzing the North Korea Nuclear Crisis: Patterns and Prospects
Jun Bong Geun
The North Korean Nuclear Issues and the Cooperation among the Great Powers.
Some ideas on how to break the stalemate of North Korean nuclear issues
American Factor in the Regional Security of Northeast Asia
The Security Situation in the Northeast Asia
The Essence of the North Korea Nuclear Crisis and the Approach to the Six-Party Talks
North Korean nuclear issue, Armistice and Northeast Asian Security Cooperation
The North Korean Nuclear Issues and Its Economy
A Personal Assessment of the DPRK Nuclear Program
The Future of DPRK’s Nuclear Issue
Analyzing the North Korea Nuclear Crisis:Patterns and Prospects
International Concerns on Japan’s Plutonium Accumulation
The Korean Nuclear Situation and American and Russian Stratigic Policies in North East Asia
Japan’s Civil Plutonium Policy: Current Status and Its International Implications
Verification on the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula
Security in Northeast Asia with Japan
Sept. 19 Six-Party Joint Statement: Breakthrough or Much Ado About Nothing?
Peace and Security on the Korean Peninsula Should be Preserved
The Militarization of Japan Should be Checked
Nuclear Weapons and Threat Should be Removed in General
The country trend of Japan and the relation between Japan and China.
Korean Peninsula Issues: Institution, Development and Security
Prospects for Six-Party Talks
Leon V. Sigal