Nuclear Endgame: The Need for Engagement with North Korea

Nuclear Endgame: The Need for Engagement with North Korea

by Jacques L. Fuqua Jr.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780275990749
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 07/30/2007
Series: Praeger Security International Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Jacques L. Fuqua, Jr., a retired US Army Officer, serves as Director of International Engagement at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). He has authored numerous journal and newspaper articles on Korean peninsula and U.S.-Japanese security issues and has participated in various television and radio interviews discussing the North Korean nuclear issue. He researches and teaches courses on East Asian security and the diplomatic/security history of Korea. Prior to his current posting, Fuqua served as Associate Director of the East Asian Studies Center at Indiana University (Bloomington). He retired from the U.S. Army in February 2000 as a Lieutenant Colonel (Northeast Asia Foreign Area Officer) after 21 years of active duty service.

What People are Saying About This

Mark Franklin

"This book provides a long overdue, fresh look at a very old problem. Jacques' analysis and explanation of the juche ideology is one of the best in publication today, and correctly assess and aptly explains that any successful negotiation with North Korea will depend heavily on our understanding of how North Korea perceives the world through the juche philosophy. His prescription for resolving the North Korean nuclear dilemma is both tough and practical, and if implemented, could substantially move the U.S. forward in resolving our security concerns with this reclusive communist state. A must read for policy makers at all levels of government and for any student of northeast Asia security strategy."

Thomas C. Hubbard

"I heartily commend Jacques' work. His book could not be more timely in the wake of North Korea's recent nuclear weapons test. Jacques' well researched book should be must reading for the Bush administration as well as for serious students who have heard a lot about the North Korean situation but have had little opportunity to examine the facts on the ground."

John M. Frank

"Mr. Fuqua's work is not another recitation of the conventional wisdom about North Korea, often found in mainstream media. His unique book explains the reasons for current North Korean diplomatic and military issues and suggests what might be done to resolve these concerns."

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