Lessons We Can Learn Today From President Carter’s Legacy on China
By Stephen Orlins
Despite significant domestic opposition, Carter made a bold decision that helped keep the peace in Asia for the next 40 years.
Jimmy Carter: China's Only US Ally on North Korea?
By Charlotte Gao
Chinese foreign ministry quotes Carter who suggests the US send a delegation to Pyongyang
Time for Jimmy Carter to Go Back to North Korea
By Marcus Holmes and Nicholas J. Wheeler
The United States should remember how it solved the last major North Korea crisis: with face-to-face diplomacy.
Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Abandonment Fears
By Leon Whyte
South Korea has at times had reason to fear the strength of its alliance with the United States. Part II in a series.
North Korea’s Curious Detainee Release
By Clint Richards
Why has Pyongyang decided to free Jeffrey Fowle now?
From Prisoner Release to Normal Links with North Korea?
By Walter C. Clemens, Jr.
Why Washington should seek a grand bargain with North Korea.
In Praise of Special Envoys
By Richard Weitz
Despite Jimmy Carter’s failure in North Korea, there’s room in US foreign policy for special envoys. Including Bill Clinton.