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Gov. Bill Richardson Hill OpEd On US, Japan And South Korea

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

US, Japan and South Korea Despite persistent instability in the Middle East, America’s national security policy in the 21stcentury will be shaped by dynamics in Asia. There, an increasingly militaristic China threatens to undermine seven decades of American policy, which in its commitment to freedom of trade and navigation, expanded the borders of freedom andRead the full article »

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TIME OpEd: Bill Richardson: U.S. Must Enlist China And Norway To De-Escalate Current Crisis

Monday, August 24, 2015

Only the U.S. has the ability to coordinate a multi-faceted approach Reports following the most serious confrontation between North and South Korea in recent years are worrisome. Notwithstanding the ongoing bilateral discussions aimed at lowering tensions, reactions of the rival governments demonstrate how quickly matters could escalate in the Peninsula, despite the best interests ofRead the full article »

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Governor Richardson, The World’s Foremost Expert On North Korea Talks About The Latest News In The Region

Friday, August 21, 2015

Bill Richardson gives his perspective on N.Korean and S.Korean exchanges of fire over the border as well as U.S drone strike. Watch the full video >>

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Bill Richardson: 5 Steps for Engaging With North Korea

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

North Korea isn’t Iran Reports that North Korea has ruled out denuclearization talks following the signing of the Iran nuclear agreement should come as no surprise. Nor should these reports discourage the U.S. and other world powers from engaging Pyongyang. The initial objective of this engagement should be to halt testing of nuclear devices, stopRead the full article »

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The Exchange: Suki Kim and Bill Richardson Talk North Korea

Monday, March 23, 2015

Is the Hermit Kingdom truly malevolent or simply misunderstood? 2011, Korean-American journalist Suki Kim spent six months undercover as a teacher at an elite, all-male Pyongyang school for science and technology — her fifth visit to North Korea — where she collected stories for her memoir, Without You, There Is No Us. Former New MexicoRead the full article »

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Gov. Bill Richardson on North Korea, Technology and the Sony Hack

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric talked live with former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson about his view on the Sony hack and North Korean involvement. Watch the full video at yahoo.com

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Bill Richardson: President made the correct decision on Cuba

Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson on the shift in U.S. policy on Cuba and the Sony hacking. Watch the video on foxbusiness.com

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Bill Richardson Says He’s Surprised at Potential North Korean Link to Sony Hack Attack

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who made multiple visits to North Korea on diplomatic missions and as a private citizen, says that he is surprised at reports of North Korea’s potential involvement in the massive attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. But he says that the country’s government does have a tendency to retaliate in someRead the full article »

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Richardson: Release Shows N. Korea Is Ready For Dialogue

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Two Americans jailed in North Korea have arrived home. NPR’s Rachel Martin speaks with former U.S. Ambassador Bill Richardson, who has previously negotiated hostage releases with Pyongyang. Listen to the dialogue at npr.org RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: This is WEEKEND EDITION from NPR News. I’m Rachel Martin. The two Americans held prisoner in North Korea arrivedRead the full article »

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Richardson: N. Korea seeks talks through U.S. prisoners

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

North Korea allowed three detained Americans to speak briefly with Western reporters Monday, and the prisoners all asked for the United States to have a high-ranking official negotiate directly for their release. By allowing the interviews, North Korea is signaling it may be prepared to make a deal for the prisoners’ release but first wantsRead the full article »