Michael Haas is a retired Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawaii. Haas is a former grantee of the United States Institute of Peace and author of Korean Reunification: Alternative Pathways (2d edition, 2014.) His 2009 nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize came from the Republic of Korea (Seoul).
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Sunday, May 07, 2017
Why the United States Should Negotiate in Good Faith with North Korea
The United States is technically still at war with North Korea. No peace agreement has been signed despite repeated requests from Pyongyang for high-level negotiations. Former presidents Carter and Clinton and other high-level officials have gone to the North and achieved negotiation successes, but...