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					                 Workshop


  Looking Ahead: Possible
Solutions to the Korea Conflict

               Ras Tind Nielsen
     NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
                     Workshop

• You will discuss how the international society
  can design a sustainable solution to the
  Korea conflict
  – 5 groups of 8 persons
  – 45 minutes
  – Followed by a plenum debate where each
    group presents its argument


                      Ras Tind Nielsen
            NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
                          Workshop
• Consider and prioritize what you find the most
  important components of a sustainable solution:

     •   continued isolation of North Korea?
     •   focus on nuclear non-proliferation?
     •   economic development?
     •   continuation of the trade embargo?
     •   regime change?
     •   another ‘Sunshine policy’?
     •   Normalization of US-NK relations?
     •   Other dimensions?

                           Ras Tind Nielsen
                 NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
                    Workshop

• Try to take into consideration that there
  are several stakeholders with different and
  sometimes conflicting interests
• Should we take into consideration what
  works/does not work for North Korea?



                      Ras Tind Nielsen
            NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
                           Keywords
•   Group 1: two party talks (USA+DPRK), normalization of diplomatic
    relations? Cultural exchange betw. ROK & DRPK
•   Group 2: (1) two party talks betw. ROK & DPRK, (reduce USA
    military presence, not agression clause), (2) Economic
    cooperation/enhancement, (3) Aid leading to AEIA inspections
•   Group 3: (1) Bilateral talks betw. The Six party members ->
    incorporate DPRK into intl. Community (2) Sunshine policy to
    reduce tensions and military presence, no sanctions (3) Offer
    alternative energy solutions and special economic zones
•   Group 4: (1) opening of DPRK, (no support regime change, intl.
    recognition, incl. India in negotations betw. DPRK and the intl.
    Community -> peace treaty + reduction of USA military presence
•   Group 5: (1) dialogue (2) intl. openess incl. Six party talk -> signing
    of NPT by DPRK (3) sticks and carrots (carrot = cultural exchange,
    stick = inspections by AEIA)

				
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