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Institute for Public Accuracy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NOVEMBER 16
, 2005
9:07 AM

CONTACT: Institute for Public Accuracy
Sam Husseini, (202) 347-0020; or David Zupan, (541) 484-9167

 
Bush in Asia
 
WASHINGTON - November 16 -
THOMAS KIM
Kim is acting executive director of the Korea Policy Institute and professor of politics and international relations at Scripps College. He can address the six-party talks to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis, South Korean attitudes toward the Bush administration and the Bush administration's relationship with the South Korean government.


KARIN J. LEE
Lee is senior fellow at the East Asia Policy Education Project of the Friends Committee on National Legislation. She can speak about policies of the White House and Congress toward North Korea and South Korea, and comment generally about U.S. policy toward China, except for trade.


HERBERT DOCENA
A research associate at the group Focus on the Global South, Docena can comment on peace and security issues and U.S. foreign policy in Asia. He is based in Bangkok.
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ROBERT WEIL
Author of the book Red Cat, White Cat: China and the Contradictions of "Market Socialism," Weil was in China last year.


JOHN M. MILLER
National coordinator for the East Timor & Indonesia Action Network, Miller can address U.S. government cooperation with the Indonesian military.
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