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July Troop Withdrawal on Track, review of Afghan War Strategy Indicates
The Washington Post
December 16, 2010

US Tougher Approach Needed on Pakistan, Says US Adviser
The Financial Times
December 15, 2010

US Concludes North Korea Has More Nuclear Sites
The New York Times
December 14, 2010

US Admiral Mullen Urges South Korea Restraint
The Wall Street Journal
December 10, 2010

South Korea Official Says the North Will Attack Again
The New York Times
December 1, 2010

North Korea keeps the World Guessing
The New York Times
November 29, 2010



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America Builds Pashtunistan,
The National Interest, February 28, 2011

"Principled" Hawks Risk North Korea,
The National Interest, February 23, 2011

Free Baluchistan,
The National Interest, February 1, 2011

Mumbai's American Dead Continue To Go Unavenged,
The Philadelphia Inquirer, February 21, 2011

China's North Korean Calculations
International Herald Tribune, January 06, 2011

Drawing a Line in the Water
New York Times, December 12, 2010

Pakistan Divides U.S. and India
LA Times, November 12, 2010

The New Faces of Reform in North Korea
Boston Globe, October 13, 2010

U.S. Must Stabilize Chinese Relations
Politico, September 30, 2010

China's Discreet Hold on Pakistan's Northern Borderlands
International Herald Tribune, August 26, 2010

How to Leave Afghanistan Without Losing
Map Foreign Policy, August 25, 2010

A Smart Pashtun Play
Newsweek, July 6, 2010

U.S. Aid Fuels Dangerous Deal in Pakistan
The Boston Globe, June 29, 2010

Barack Hasn't Banned the Bomb
Le Monde Diplomatique, April, 2010

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Richardson Hopes to Reduce Tensions in North Korea Trip
Quoted in the Washington Post, December 14, 2010

The West's North Korea Delusion
Quoted in The Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2010

US Should Reconsider North Korea Strategy, Experts Say
Quoted in Global Security Newswire, December 7, 2010

LLRC and the relevance of an atlas on “spatial justice”
Quoted in Lankaweb, December 2, 2010

The Original Sin
Quoted in The Daily Mail, December 2, 2010

Korean Peninsula Tense After
FansShelling by North

Quoted by NPR, December 1, 2010

Should we Be Afraid of
North Korea?

Quoted by Parade, November 12, 2010

U.S. Often Weighed North Korea
"Nuclear Option"

Quoted by Sify News , October 10, 2010

Nuclear Non-proliferation and America's Deal with Vietnam
To the Point, August 9, 2010

Experts Assess Merit, Risks of U.S.-
South Korea Exercise

Stars and Stipes, July 23, 2010

Did Pyongyang Really Sink the Cheonan?
Quoted in The Star Online, June 23, 2010

Korea, War Without End, Casts a Long

Quoted by the Associated Press, June 19, 2010

Man Versus Afghanistan
Quoted in The Atlantic, April, 2010

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