February 21, 2024

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Geoffrey Fattig

Geoffrey Fattig is a graduate student at UC San Diego's School of International Relations/Pacific Studies.  His research interests include South Korean media and freedom of expression, as well as North-South relations.  He has previously written for Foreign Policy in Focus and Global Voices Online.

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Living with a nuclear North Korea: how to move beyond the impasse

Living with a nuclear North Korea: how to move beyond the impasse

Demanding complete denuclearization has long been a diplomatic dead-end

Living with a nuclear North Korea: how to move beyond the impasse
Why unification offers the best chance for improving North Korean human rights

Why unification offers the best chance for improving North Korean human rights

Only when Kim Jong Un feels secure can real reform take place in the DPRK

Why unification offers the best chance for improving North Korean human rights
How not to respond to a North Korean nuclear test

How not to respond to a North Korean nuclear test

A proper response to Pyongyang's behavior requires coordination between S.Korea, China and the U.S.

How not to respond to a North Korean nuclear test
Geoffrey Fattig
Geoffrey Fattig February 26, 2016
Iranian sanctions model won’t work with North Korea

Iranian sanctions model won’t work with North Korea

Tougher measures against Pyongyang now could alienate China, provoke a fourth nuclear test

Iranian sanctions model won’t work with North Korea
Geoffrey Fattig
Geoffrey Fattig March 12, 2015