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"Inside Multilateralism: The Six-Party Talks"

"Inside Multilateralism: The Six-Party Talks"

Journal Article, Washington Quarterly, volume 28, issue 4, pages 75-91

Autumn 2005

Author: John S. Park, Faculty Affiliate, Project on Managing the Atom

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: International Security; Managing the Atom; Science, Technology, and Public Policy

 

OVERVIEW

Despite extensive diplomatic efforts to facilitate the six-party talks, domestic policy constraints, differing priorities, and conflicting historical analogies among each of the countries have brought vastly differing perspectives to the multilateral negotiating table.

 

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Full text of this publication is available at:
http://www.twq.com/05autumn/docs/05autumn_park.pdf

For Academic Citation:

Park, John S. "Inside Multilateralism: The Six-Party Talks." Washington Quarterly 28, no. 4 (Autumn 2005): 75-91.

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