Korean Endgame: A Strategy for Reunification and U.S. Disengagement

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INDEX
absorption: vs. confederation, 74, 77, 100, 101; costs of, 96, 97; North Korean attack to forestall, potential for, 130, 132; North Korean fears of, 83, 87
ADB. See Asian Development Bank
Aesop's fables, 82–83
Afanasiev, Evgeny, 344
African Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone, 273
Agnew, Spiro, 174
agriculture, North Korean, 27; reform in, 36–37, 41
aid to North Korea: Chinese, 311, 312, 313; dependence on, 25, 27; Japanese, 303; Sino-Soviet tensions and, xiv, 311; South Korean, 88, 89, 90; Soviet, xiv, 311, 333, 334
aid to South Korea, U.S., xiv–xv
“Airland Battle” strategy, 199
airpower, U.S., North Korean fear of, 151, 152, 153
Albright, David, 263
Albright, Madeleine: on Clinton's visit to North Korea, 230; and food for peace initiative, 148; joint communiqu´ with Jo Myong Rok, 228; on Kim Jong Il, 64; meeting with Kim Jong Il, 228, 229; visit to North Korea, xvii, 54, 386n35
Alexander II, Czar, 328
Amnesty International, 93–94
An Chae Hong, 367n9
Annan, Kofi, 161
anthracite coal, North Korean reserves of, 50
anthrax, use in Korean War, 10
Arisawa, Hiromi, 237, 381n11
armistice, Korean War, xiv; vs. permanent peace settlement, 10–11; provisions of, 158; replacing, 155, 156, 159–62, 170– 71, 190; South Korean resistance to, 155, 157–58, 159; U.S. role in, 159, 161
arms control, xxii–xxiii, 138–53; cost of, 150, 151; end of Korean War as precondition for, 154; guidelines for, 191; key issues in, 147–49; limitations of proposals for, 190; North Korea and, 138– 43, 150, 151–52; opportunity for, 142, 148; potential barriers to, 153, 192; South Korea and, 137, 143–47, 150; U.S. disengagement as precondition for, 138, 139, 141, 143, 152–53, 154, 176, 184, 192
arms race: Japan-Korea, potential for, 283, 290, 353, 354; North-South, 179; Northeast Asian, U.S. military presence and, 184
Asian Development Bank (ADB), North Korea and, 35
Asian financial crisis (1997), 320, 339
ASIATOM, proposal for, 274–75
Atlas-Centaur missiles, 254
Atomic Energy Act (1954), 261
authoritarian rule, Confucian traditions and, 21, 23
autonomy, North Korean: local, reform view on, 32; national (juche),15–18, 24, 333
“Ax Murder Incident” (1976), 199
Ayres, Raymond P., 119–21, 130
Babson, Bradley O., 35, 36–37, 265
Bae Jin Young, 96
Baeli, Carlo, 54–55
Bahnsen, John C., 133
Baker, Edward J., 76
Baker, James A., 345, 355
Bandow, Doug, 183
Bannister, Judith, 139
Basic Agreement (1991), 144–45, 164, 190, 206
Beach Petroleum, 51, 321
Betancourt, Antonio, 54
biological weapons: North Korean use, fear of, 129–31; North Korean use, prevention of, 271–73, 275; U.S. use in Korean War, 9–10
Blank, Stephen J., 337
Blix, Hans, 206, 208
Bo Hai Gulf, oil reserves in, 48, 51
Bong Hwa trading firm, 38
Bosworth, Stephen, 172
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, 163
Brandt, Willy, 5, 79

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