After the Six-Party Talks: A New KEDO Needed in Northeast Asia
February 2008

The Stanley Foundation’s work focuses primarily on peace and security issues and advocating principled multilateralism. The foundation’s concept of principled multilateralism means working respectfully across differences to create fair, just, and lasting solutions. This is the fifth in a series of articles written by foundation staff that will examine the cases where principled multilateralism has been successful. In this article Program Officer Michael Schiffer...

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