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  • Issue Brief posted July 9, 2012 by Brett D. Schaefer U.S. Should Hold WIPO Accountable and Dissuade Future Violations of U.N. Sanctions

    It is becoming increasingly clear that the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has transferred technology to North Korea and Iran that are prohibited by United Nations Security Council sanctions and U.S. law. These violations have spurred a State Department investigation and were raised at a House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing on June 27. The…

  • WebMemo posted March 10, 2011 by Peter Brookes, James Phillips, James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. Thinking Past the No-Fly Zone Debate: Charting a Course for U.S. Policy

    Libya’s increasingly bloody conflict has inspired more calls for U.S. military intervention, with many clamoring for the imposition of a no-fly zone over the North African country. Imposing a no-fly zone could raise the morale of “rebel” forces, back Colonel Muammar Qadhafi into a tighter corner politically, and fill a reflexive need felt by western powers to do…

  • Backgrounder posted May 20, 2010 by Bruce Klingner U.S. Must Respond Firmly to North Korean Naval Attack

    Abstract: The evidence is clear: North Korea is responsible for the torpedo attack that sank the South Korean naval frigate Cheonan. Now that North Korea’s culpability for this heinous act of aggression has been proven, South Korea and the United States must respond resolutely by imposing a comprehensive package of unilateral and multilateral actions. These sanctions…

  • Play Movie Gov. Romney's Call for Stronger Missile Defense System Video Recorded on June 2, 2009 Gov. Romney's Call for Stronger Missile Defense System

    Former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney calls for a stronger ballistic missile defense system to protect the American people against nuclear threats. He calls on Congress to fund and deploy a multi-layered missile defense shield.…

  • Lecture posted October 3, 2007 by the Honorable Lamar Smith Immigration: Many Questions, A Few Answers

    Delivered July 30, 2007 immigration has become the most controversial, complex, and sensitive subject we face today. It directly affects our economy, our culture, and our future. To ensure that any action we take on immigration policy is in our national interest, we need to approach the subject with reason and facts. The astronomer Carl Sagan once said,…

  • Play Movie Nile Gardiner on CNBC 01 Video Recorded on March 21, 2007 Nile Gardiner on CNBC 01

    Nile Gardiner discusses economic sanctions against Iran on CNBC.…

  • Lecture posted February 14, 2007 by Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D. North Korea Nuclear and Missile Issues: What's the Solution?

    Delivered on February 13, 2007 With the Six-Party Talks just concluding in Beijing, it certainly is a good time to discuss North Korea. We are fortunate indeed that, as always, the Institute for Corean-American Studies is focusing Washington's attention on a grave matter that concerns both Americans and America's friends in South Korea and Japan. When…

  • Play Movie Balbina Hwang on PBS Video Recorded on October 17, 2006 Balbina Hwang on PBS

    Balbina Hwang discusses sanctions on North Korea on PBS.…

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  • Lecture posted February 14, 2007 by Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D. North Korea Nuclear and Missile Issues: What's the Solution?

    Delivered on February 13, 2007 With the Six-Party Talks just concluding in Beijing, it certainly is a good time to discuss North Korea. We are fortunate indeed that, as always, the Institute for Corean-American Studies is focusing Washington's attention on a grave matter that concerns both Americans and America's friends in South Korea and Japan. When…

  • Issue Brief posted July 9, 2012 by Brett D. Schaefer U.S. Should Hold WIPO Accountable and Dissuade Future Violations of U.N. Sanctions

    It is becoming increasingly clear that the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has transferred technology to North Korea and Iran that are prohibited by United Nations Security Council sanctions and U.S. law. These violations have spurred a State Department investigation and were raised at a House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing on June 27. The…

  • Lecture posted October 3, 2007 by the Honorable Lamar Smith Immigration: Many Questions, A Few Answers

    Delivered July 30, 2007 immigration has become the most controversial, complex, and sensitive subject we face today. It directly affects our economy, our culture, and our future. To ensure that any action we take on immigration policy is in our national interest, we need to approach the subject with reason and facts. The astronomer Carl Sagan once said,…

  • Backgrounder posted May 20, 2010 by Bruce Klingner U.S. Must Respond Firmly to North Korean Naval Attack

    Abstract: The evidence is clear: North Korea is responsible for the torpedo attack that sank the South Korean naval frigate Cheonan. Now that North Korea’s culpability for this heinous act of aggression has been proven, South Korea and the United States must respond resolutely by imposing a comprehensive package of unilateral and multilateral actions. These sanctions…

  • WebMemo posted March 10, 2011 by Peter Brookes, James Phillips, James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. Thinking Past the No-Fly Zone Debate: Charting a Course for U.S. Policy

    Libya’s increasingly bloody conflict has inspired more calls for U.S. military intervention, with many clamoring for the imposition of a no-fly zone over the North African country. Imposing a no-fly zone could raise the morale of “rebel” forces, back Colonel Muammar Qadhafi into a tighter corner politically, and fill a reflexive need felt by western powers to do…

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  • Issue Brief posted July 9, 2012 by Brett D. Schaefer U.S. Should Hold WIPO Accountable and Dissuade Future Violations of U.N. Sanctions

    It is becoming increasingly clear that the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has transferred technology to North Korea and Iran that are prohibited by United Nations Security Council sanctions and U.S. law. These violations have spurred a State Department investigation and were raised at a House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing on June 27. The…

  • WebMemo posted March 10, 2011 by Peter Brookes, James Phillips, James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. Thinking Past the No-Fly Zone Debate: Charting a Course for U.S. Policy

    Libya’s increasingly bloody conflict has inspired more calls for U.S. military intervention, with many clamoring for the imposition of a no-fly zone over the North African country. Imposing a no-fly zone could raise the morale of “rebel” forces, back Colonel Muammar Qadhafi into a tighter corner politically, and fill a reflexive need felt by western powers to do…

  • Backgrounder posted May 20, 2010 by Bruce Klingner U.S. Must Respond Firmly to North Korean Naval Attack

    Abstract: The evidence is clear: North Korea is responsible for the torpedo attack that sank the South Korean naval frigate Cheonan. Now that North Korea’s culpability for this heinous act of aggression has been proven, South Korea and the United States must respond resolutely by imposing a comprehensive package of unilateral and multilateral actions. These sanctions…

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