Part II of Marcus Noland’s Peterson Perspectives interview can be found here. The interview is also streaming below. In the interview, Noland continues discussing the relevant topics associated with President Park’s Washington visit.
Part I of Marcus Noland’s Peterson Perspectives interview on the Korea-US Summit can be found here. In the interview, Noland discusses South Korean President Park Geun-hye’s visit to the U.S. and the many pressing issues that will surely be part of the agenda as she meets with President Obama and the Congress.
The second part of my interview with Steve Weisman has been posted. In it, Steve asks how we might get out of this mess. North Korea’s call yesterday for foreigners (and foreign business) to flee South Korea was a transparent attempt to put pressure on South Korean President Park Geun-hye by undermining the South Korean economy. [...]
Linked below is a Peterson Perspectives interview that I did with Steve Weisman. The interview is in two parts (part 2 up tomorrow) so Steve titled it New Threats of War from North Korea: Part I. The problem, of course, with this title is that with North Korea making new threats of war on a [...]
NPR Morning Edition’s David Greene interviews Marcus Noland to discuss the recent reappointment of Pak Pong Ju as Premier of North Korea. Having been out of office since 2007, his return to the Premiership could be a modest signal toward economic reform, though how that squares with North Korea’s increasingly bellicose foreign policy remains to [...]
Radio Times guest host, Tracey Matisak, interviews Marcus Noland about what life is like in North Korea. While life in Pyongyang may be relatively more transparent to the outside world, very little is known about life for the rest of the population. Noland draws on survey data used as the basis for the book, Witness to Transformation: [...]
Voice of Russia correspondent Stephen Schaber speaks with Stephan Haggard to discuss the nullification of the armistice, South Korea’s talk about nukes and what it means for the highly charged peninsula. access the interview here.
Linked here is my interview from earlier today on the Kojo Nnamdi Show, an interview show on WAMU, the local NPR affiliate.
Marcus Noland assesses the election of South Korea’s new president Park Geun-hye, daughter of a former military dictator, and her pledge of “economic democracy” and less confrontation with North Korea.
Marcus Noland Interview on the Missile Launch and North Korea’s Immunity to Outside Pressure: Part IIby Alex Melton | December 12th, 2012 | 01:35 pm
Marcus Noland, explaining why sanctions have not worked against North Korea, doubts that Russia and China will line up to make them any more effective after the missile launch.