Tag Archives: North Korea

TROY expert: Korean peace talks may be premature

May 9, 2018
By Greg Phillips

Recent news out of the Korean peninsula has given many hope that peace between North and South Korea is closer than ever, but Troy University professor Dr. Daniel A. Pinkston remains skeptical.

Pinkston, a Lecturer at a Troy University teaching site in South Korea, previously served as Northeast Asia Deputy Project Director for the International…

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China, U.S. relationship most pressing question of the 21st century, Hayden says

April 13, 2018
By Andy Ellis

While there may be global issues with “shorter fuses,” the only person to serve as both head of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency believes the most pressing question of the 21st century surrounds the relationship between the United States and China.

Speaking to members of the Alabama World Affairs Council at…

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TROY expert: South Koreans ‘more concerned’ about North Korea now

September 13, 2017
By Greg Phillips

As North Korea continues to test nuclear weapons, its relationship with its southern neighbor is becoming even more concerning to South Koreans.

Dr. Daniel A. Pinkston, a Lecturer at a Troy University teaching site in South Korea, previously served as Northeast Asia Deputy Project Director for the International Crisis Group in Seoul.

Pinkston recently answered…

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