Perspectives on U.S. policy toward North Korea; stalemate or checkmate?0739113518
Perspectives on U.S. policy toward North Korea Korea (kôrē`ə, kə–), Korean Hanguk or Choson, region and historic country (85,049 sq mi/220,277 sq km), E Asia. ; stalemate stale·mate
1. A situation in which further action is blocked; a deadlock.
2. A drawing position in chess in which the king, although not in check, can move only into check and no other piece can move.
tr.v. or checkmate checkmate
end of game in chess: folk-etymology of Shah-mat, ‘the Shah is dead.’ [Br. Folklore: Espy, 217]
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Ed. by Sharon Sharon, city, United States
Sharon (shâr`ən), city (1990 pop. 17,493), Mercer co., NW Pa., on the Shenango River, near the Ohio line; settled c.1800, inc. as a city 1920. Richardson.
Richardson (director of publications, Institute of Information Applications, U.S. Air Force Academy) presents six papers that discuss US strategy towards North Korea and the issue of nuclear weapons proliferation proliferation /pro·lif·er·a·tion/ (pro-lif?er-a´shun) the reproduction or multiplication of similar forms, especially of cells.prolif´erativeprolif´erous
n. . The contributors, most of whom are affiliated with the US Air Force Academy, discuss the different negotiating strategies of the Clinton and subsequent Bush administrations, North Korean motives for pursuing nuclear weapons, the effects of the issue on US-South Korean relations, the application of a systems engineering methodology to analysis of the nuclear weapons issue, and analysis of the negotiations leading to the 1994 Agreed Framework.
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