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Walter C., Jr. Clemens

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780813167466

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813167466.001.0001

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Six-Party Hopes and Missed Opportunities

Six-Party Hopes and Missed Opportunities

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North Korea and the World

Walter C. Clemens

University Press of Kentucky

Clemens opens this chapter by discusses the evolution of the Bush administration’s worldview after the first term. For most of George W. Bush’s second term, bilateral relations seemed to improve between South and North Korea. Clemens then examines The Agreed Principles that were put in place September 19, 2005. He goes on to discuss North Korea’s nuclear explosion in 2006 and the progress made in 2007 towards a new negotiation of arms control with the US. Clemens concludes the chapter by revealing how the United States and North Korea ended up in an impasse after the United States announced it would not go forward with energy assistance without progress on verification.

Keywords:   North Korea, US foreign policy, Bush administration, The Agreed Principles

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