North Korea’s New Reactor is Subject of Report from Carnegie-Supported Center for Int’l. Security and Cooperation

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A team of policy analysts from the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University recently returned from North Korea, where they visited the site of a new nuclear reactor at the Yongbyon nuclear facility.  Led by Siegfried Hecker, co-director of the Center for International Security and Cooperation which is funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York, the team has published a report on the Yongbyon Nuclear Complex, North Korea’s new 25 to 30 megawatt-electric light-water reactor.

Also read "Review U.S. policy toward North Korea" an op-ed article in the 22 November 2010 edition of the Washington Post.

The op-ed is written by Robert Carlin is a visiting fellow at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation; and John W. Lewis, professor emeritus of Chinese politics at Stanford and also at the Center for International Security and Cooperation.