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Richardson: North Korean attack on US would be ‘suicidal’

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson said Thursday that if North Korea launches a threatened military strike against the United States, it would be a “suicidal” decision for Pyongyang. “There’s been a lot of rhetoric and not a lot of action … but I think our response has been appropriate: Cool, calmRead the full article »

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Time for a reboot with North Korea

Friday, February 1, 2013

By Bill Richardson and Mickey Bergman, Friday, February 1, 1:58 PM Bill Richardson, a former governor of New Mexico, was energy secretary and the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations during the Clinton administration. Mickey Bergman is senior adviser to the Richardson Center for Global Engagement and executive director of the Aspen Institute Global AlliancesRead the full article »

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Visit by Google Chairman May Benefit North Korea

Thursday, January 10, 2013

BEIJING — As a work of propaganda, the images that North Koreacirculated this week showing Google’s executive chairman, Eric E. Schmidt, touring a high-tech incubation center are hard to beat. With former Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico at his side, Mr. Schmidt, who is fond of describing the Internet as the enemy of despots,Read the full article »

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Bill Richardson Brokers North Korea Diplomatic Deal

Monday, December 20, 2010

Bill Richardson, the utility diplomat on the Democratic bench, has secured a deal with North Korea to allow nuclear inspectors back in their Yongbyon nuclear facility. They also agreed to allow fuel rods to ship to an outside country, probably South Korea, for enrichment. And, the US will receive some remains from Korean War-era soldiers: InRead the full article »

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Richardson Begins Talks With Leaders in Pyongyang

Friday, December 17, 2010

PYONGYANG, North Korea — Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico met for more than an hour on Friday morning with North Korea’s vice minister for American affairs, the first stop on a five-day private visit he said was aimed at conveying concerns about North Korean provocations and reducing tensions on the peninsula. Mr. Richardson saidRead the full article »