On July 15, 2010, 38 North held a workshop that gathered together experts from the U.S., South Korea, Europe, China and Japan, to discuss the latest developments regarding North Korea, both internal and external, with the goal of identifying future research priorities. We are pleased to provide excerpts of that dialogue for our readers.
The workshop was sponsored by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University. This excerpt is the second of three installments generated from discussions on external developments, which focuses on what to expect from North Korea’s foreign policy in the coming months.
Download 38 North Special Report #8: Post-Cheonan DPRK Foreign Policy: Signs and Signals.