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Guide to the Center for International Policy Records, 1960-2011 and undated

Abstract

Non-profit organization founded in 1975, based in Washington, DC, whose chief focus is promoting changes in U.S. foreign and military policy in support of global human rights.

The records of the Center for International Policy (CIP) span the years 1960 to 2011, and document in detail the organization's global activities in support of human rights as well as its internal administration, funding, and public relations outreach. CIP's chief areas of interest lie in United States foreign and military policies, including the activities of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); topics cover human rights issues, U.S. relations with Central and South America, demilitarization, nuclear weapons, the Cuban trade embargo, money laundering and other aspects of international finance, terrorism, and the narcotics trade. The bulk of the files take the form of administrative files and records which contain correspondence, memos, data, reports, travel documents, and extensive files on other organizations; there are also many files of printed materials such as pamphlets, newsletters, and press releases. There are some audiovisual resources in this collection, including a few transparencies of speeches and photographic materials in selected folders and a small audiovisual collection in the Selig Harrison Papers Subseries. The CIP records are arranged in the following series: Development Files Series; Printed Materials Series; Oversize Materials Series; Robert White Papers Series; Adam Isacson Papers Series; and Selig Harrison Papers Series. The bulk of the collection consists of the files of Robert White, President of CIP from 1989 to present (2011), Adam Isacson, CIP Program Director, and Selig Harrison, CIP Program Director.

Descriptive Summary

Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Creator
Center for International Policy
Title
Center for International Policy records, 1960-2011 and undated
Language of Material
English, Spanish
Extent
55.2 Linear Feet, 34,500 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

The records of the Center for International Policy (CIP) span the years 1960 to 2011, and document in detail the organization's global activities in support of human rights as well as its internal administration, funding, and public relations outreach. CIP's chief areas of interest lie in documenting and reforming United States foreign and military policies, including the activities of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Specific topics covered by materials in the collection include U.S. relations with Central and South America, particularly with Colombia, El Salvador, Haiti, and Cuba; U.S. relations with South and East Asia, particularly the Korean Peninsula; demilitarization in areas of conflict; nuclear weapons and the arms race; the Cuban trade embargo; money laundering and other aspects of international finance; terrorism in various countries; and the narcotics trade. The bulk of the files take the form of administrative files and records on other organizations which contain correspondence, memos, data, reports, travel documents, and extensive files; there are also many files containing printed materials such as pamphlets, newsletters, and press releases. There are limited audiovisual resources in the Selig Harrison Series and a few transparencies of speeches and a number of photographic materials in selected folders. The CIP records are arranged in the following series: Development Files Series; Printed Materials Series; Oversize Materials Series; Robert White Papers Series; Adam Isacson Papers Series; and Selig Harrison Papers Series. The bulk of the collection is taken up by the files of Robert White, President of CIP from 1989 to present (2007), Adam Isacson, current CIP Program Director, and Selig Harrison, also current CIP Program Director.

White's and Isacson's files retain their original arrangement into groups such as correspondence (some in digital form), research and subject files, speeches, and travel documentation. Harrison's files retain their original arrangment by region, such South and West Asia, East Asia and North Korea, while some materials have been removed to the Nuclear and Energy Subseries. The research files claim the largest proportion of the files for all individuals, and contain documentation on other organizations, individuals, and extensive information in particular on Central and South America and Asia. Other countries represented in the collection files to a lesser extent include Russia, Israel, Cuba and other countries surrounding the South and East Asia regions. Correspondence files are present throughout the collection, and include key individuals such as Iowa Senator Tom Harkin; Peter Dale Scott, former Canadian ambassador and political commentator; and Harrison Selig, Director of the Asia Program. Many other well-known politicians and activists are represented in smaller folders of materials; there are also a small number of administrative files related to internal staff members and board members. The development files reveal the nature of the CIP's fundraising activities, and the extent of support from charitable organizations; the most extensive files belong to the Ford Foundation, General Service Foundation, International Center for Development Policy, and the MacArthur Foundation; smaller files represent many other similar institutions.

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Contents of the Collection

Contains papers relating to development and funding at the Center for International Policy. The papers take two forms: grant proposals addressed to the various donors of the Center, or subject files detailing the work of the various programs at the Center with materials used in the grant writing process. Typically the documents were written by a number of staff members within the office. Organized alphabetically by name.

ARCA Foundation, 1987-2000
Box 1
Babcock CUISA, 1992
Box 1
Back Foundation, 1978-2002
Box 1
Baker Trust, 2000-2001
Box 1
Beidler Charitable Trust, 2000-2001
Box 1
Block Foundation, 2000-2001
Box 1
Boehm Foundation, 1994-1998
Box 1
Boston Foundation, 1987-2000
Box 1
Brady Fund, 1994
Box 1
Bread and Roses Communication Fund, 1986-1987
Box 1
Bydale Foundation, 1985-1997
Box 1
Careth Foundation, 1986-2003
(3 folders)
Box 1
Carnegie Corporation, 1993-2003
Box 1
Carnegie Project Proposal, 1977-1982
Box 2
Carthage Foundation, 1994-1998
Box 2
C.I.A. Proposal (3 folders), 1996-1997
Box 2
Columbia Foundation, 1978-1998
Box 2
Compton Foundation (4 folders), 1985-2003
Box 2
Cowell (2 folders), 1994-2000
Box 2
C. S. Foundation (3 folders), 1981-2002
Box 2
Cuba Proposal, 1996-2004
Box 2
Cudahy Fund (2 folders), 1991-1996
Box 3
Deer Creek Foundation (2 folders), 1988-1998
Box 3
Dunfey Foundation (2 folders), 1988
Box 3
Egrants.org, 2001-2002
Box 3
European Human Rights Foundation, 1982-1984
Box 3
Financial statements, 1993-1995
Box 3
Ford Foundation (7 folders), 1983-2004
Box 3
Funding Exchange, 1982-1997
Box 3
General Service Foundation (2 folders), 1991-2003
Box 3
General Service Foundation (3 folders), 1991-2003
Box 4
Haiti proposal, 1995-1996
Box 4
H. K. H. Foundation (2 folders), 1986-2001
Box 4
Henry Jackson Foundation, 1997
Box 4
International Center for Development Policy correspondence (3 folders), 1986-1987
Box 4
International Center for Development Policy proposals (1-2 of 4 folders), 1982-1992
Box 4
International Center for Development Policy proposals (3-4 of 4 folders), 1982-1992
Box 5
James Foundation, 2000-2001
Box 5
Kendall Foundation, 1993-2000
Box 5
Kunstadler Family Foundation, 1993-1997
Box 5
Levinson Foundation, 1988-2004
Box 5
MacArthur Foundation (7 folders), 1994-2001
Box 5
Management Assistance Group, 2000
Box 5
Marpath Foundation, 1994
Box 5
Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, 1988-1992
Box 5
Merck Fund (1 of 2 folders), 1993-2003
Box 5
Merck Fund (2 of 2 folders), 1993-2003
Box 6
McIntosh Foundation, 2000-2001
Box 6
Mertz-Gilmore Foundation (2 folders), 1986-2000
Box 6
Miscellaneous funding, 1990-2003
Box 6
Miscellaneous proposals (2 folders), 1990-2005
Box 6
Mott Charitable Trust, 1997-2005
Box 6
Mott Fund (3 folders), 1987-1998
Box 6
National Lawyers Guild Fund, 2005
Box 6
New Prospect Foundation, 1991
Box 6
New World Foundation, 1982-1996
Box 6
New York Community Trust, 1989-2005
Box 6
Ottinger Foundation (2 folders), 1986-1998
Box 6
Peace Development Fund (2 folders), 1985-1993
Box 6
Penn Foundation, 1987-1992
Box 6
Ploughshare Fund (1 of 2 folders), 1993-2004
Box 6
Ploughshare Fund (2 of 2 folders), 1993-2004
Box 7
Public Welfare Foundation, 1993-2002
Box 7
Reebok Foundation, 1994-1996
Box 7
Reicken Foundation, 2000-2004
Box 7
Reynolds Foundation (2 folders), 1994-2000
Box 7
Smith Richardson Foundation, 2000-2002
Box 7
Rockefeller Foundation (2 folders), 1980-2003
Box 7
Rowntree Trust, 1982-2001
Box 7
Rubin Foundation (2 folders), 1982-2003
Box 7
Schumann Foundation, 1991-1993
Box 7
Shalan Foundation, 1977-1987
Box 7
Smith Family Foundation, 2000-2001
Box 7
Soros Foundation (3 folders), 1997-2000
Box 8
Sherritt International, 1998
Box 8
Sunflower Foundation, 1984-1994
Box 8
Threshold Foundation, 1995-1998
Box 8
Tides Foundation (2 folders), 1986-1996
Box 8
Town Creek Foundation, 1992-1998
Box 8
Veatch Program (3 folders), 1976-1994
Box 8
Westheimer Family Fund, 2000-2001
Box 8
Winston Foundation (1 of 4 folders), 1986-2000
Box 8
Winston Foundation (3 of 4 folders), 1986-2000
Box 9

Collection of printed materials relating to the Center for International Policy include press releases (which mention CIP or a staff member), International Policy Reports (published by CIP), and various articles written by staff members. Materials are arranged alphabetically by author's last name or subject.

Aid Memo (2 folders), 1981 Apr.-1987 July 20
Box 21
Ball, Nicole, 2002
Box 21
Eisendrath, Craig, 1999 Nov.-2000 July 26 and undated

[Book removed. Item to be catalogued and housed separately.]

Box 21
Goodfellow, William, 1980 June-1997 Jan.4
Box 21
Goodman, Melvin, 1995 Oct. 24-2002 Aug. 20, and undated
Box 21
Harrison, Selig (2 folders), 1987 July 27-2005 May 10, and undated

[Book removed. Item to be catalogued and housed separately.]

[Floppy disk removed. Contents migrated to server; please contact a Reference Archivist for assistance in accessing this material.]

Box 21
International Policy Report (3 folders), 1975 Dec.-2005 May
Box 21
International Policy Report (4 folders), 1975 Dec.-2005 May
Box 24
Isacson, Adam, 1996 Oct. 11-2002 Apr. 19, and undated

[2 books removed. Items to be catalogued and housed separately.]

Box 24
Landau, Anya, 2002 Feb. 8-July 12
Box 24
Miscellaneous printed material (3 folders), 1978-2005 Dec., and undated
Box 24
Morrell, James, 1979 Nov. 23-2002 Apr., and undated
Box 24
Press clippings (1-2 of 6 folders), 1978 Dec. 29-2005 Apr. 18, and undated
Box 24
Press clippings (3-6 of 6 folders), 1978 Dec. 29-2005 Apr. 18, and undated
Box 23
Publication list, 2002
Box 23
Report to supporters, 1999-2005
Box 23
Smith, Wayne, 1992 Aug. 25-2001 Aug. 28, and undated
Box 23
Web-page print-out, 2002 Feb. 26
Box 23
White, Robert, 1980 Aug. 18-2002 Sept. 27, and undated
Box 23
Vaicius, Ingrid, 2002 May
Box 23
D'Aubuisson, Roberto
Box 44
Harkin, Tom
Box 44
Afghanistan
Box 44
Articles in Spanish
Box 44
Break-in
Box 44
Central America
Box 44
Church
Box 44
CIA
Box 44
Cuba: African-American journalist delegation
Box 44
El Salvador
Box 44
Foreign policy
Box 44
Grenada
Box 44
Haiti
Box 44
Honduras
Box 44
Kissinger Commission
Box 44
Latin America
Box 44
South Korea
Box 44

Subseries scope/content note.

Press clippings
Box 44
Colombia: Adams, David
Box 44
Colombia: AFL-CIO
Box 44
Colombia: AFSC
Box 44
Colombia: FO (France)
Box 44
Honduras: Other
Box 44
Panama:CMA Negotiations
Box 44
SOA Watch
Box 44

Contains the working files created by Robert White, a president of the Center for International Policy. Robert White was hired as president of the Center for International Policy (CIP) in 1989 and currently is still serving as president (2007). Since joining the CIP, he has presided at conferences and led delegations to several Latin American and Caribbean countries, published numerous studies of U.S. policy toward the region, and led an ongoing effort to reform U.S. intelligence agencies. White's files are divided into five subseries: Correspondence,People, Speeches, Subject Files, and Travel.

Most of the correspondence is addressed to White from various authors, and is business related. Files are arranged chronologically. Two folders entitled "V.I.P. letters" contain correspondence from high-ranking politicians, including Henry Kissinger, Senator John Kerry, and President Ronald Reagan; these letters are arranged alphabetically by last name.

1989-2002 (3 folders) 1999-2002
Box 9
V.I.P. letters (2 folders) 1979-2001 and undated
Box 9

Contains research files collected by White on various individuals; arranged alphabetically by last name.

Abrams, Elliot, 1986-1993
Box 9
Aronson, Bernard, 1990
Box 9
Barnes, Michael, 1989
Box 9
Biden, Joseph, 1989
Box 9
Carter, Jimmy, 1980-1991
Box 9
Chang, George, 1975-1991
Box 9
Cheek, James, 1991
Box 10
Clinton, Bill, 1992
Box 10
Christopher, Warren, 1993-1994
Box 10
D’Aubuisson, Roberto, 1983-1992

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 10
De la Roche, Nohra, 1994
Box 10
Eisendrath, Craig, 1999-2002
Box 10
Ellacuria, Ignacio, 1990
Box 10
Forti, Alfredo, 1990
Box 10
Fujimori, Alberto, 1990
Box 10
Genovese, Bruna, 1998-2004
Box 10
Gephardt, Richard, 1990
Box 10
Guldin, Bob, 1999
Box 10
Harkin, Tom (3 folders), 1991-1995

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 10
Harrison, Selig, 1996
Box 11
Kennedy, Edward, 1990
Box 11
Kissinger, Henry, 1973-1984
Box 11
Marcos, Juan Manuel, 1983

[Book removed. Item to be catalogued and housed separately.]

Box 11
MacMichael, David, 1990-1993
Box 11
Mills, Raymond, 1990
Box 11
Morrell, James, 2002
Box 11
Mullins, James, 1990-1991
Box 11
Payne, Karen, 1980-1992
Box 11
Romero, Oscar, 1980-1991
Box 11
Sack, Paul, 1991
Box 11
Sanchez, Elizardo, 2001
Box 11
Schneider, Claudine, 1992
Box 11
Scott, Peter Dale (3 folders), 1986-1988
Box 11
Serrano, Alejandro, 1990-1991

[2 books removed. Items to be catalogued and housed separately.]

Box 11
Stein, Jeff, 2001
Box 11

This section contains final versions, often typed notes or transcripts, of speeches given by White on a variety of subjects. They are arranged chronologically. Also included are 2 folders containing official transcripts of testimony given by White before various government hearings and panels.

1980-2000, and undated (2 folders) 1980-2000
Box 11
Testimony (2 folders), 1981-1991
Box 11

Contains Robert White's research files, comprising the bulk of his papers. Arranged alphabetically.

Afghanistan, 1980-1989

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 12
Articles in Spanish, 1980-1998

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 12
Armenia/Azerbaijan, 1992
Box 12
Arms Industry, 1999
Box 12
Arms Trade News, 1995
Box 12
Belize, 1986
Box 12
Board of Directors, 1997-2003
Box 12
Break-In, 1986 Nov. 29

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 12
Burma, 1991-1992
Box 12
Cambodia, 1992
Box 12
CANF Lawsuit, 2000
Box 12
Central America (1-7 of 9 folders), 1977-1991 and undated

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 12
Central America (8-9 of 9 folders) 1977-1991 and undated

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 13
Central America-US Relations, 1971-1991
Box 13
Central American Dialogue, 1995-1996
Box 13
Chile - Congressional testimony, 1987
Box 13
China, 1991
Box 13
Church (2 folders), 1971-1991

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 13
C.I.A. (4 folders), 1982-2001

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 13
Contemporary Marxism, 1981
Box 14
Costa Rica, 1986
Box 14
Cuba (3 folders), 1997-2002
Box 14
African American Journalist Delegation, 2001

Folder contains photos. [Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 14
Drugs - Articles (2 folders), 1986-1993
Box 14
Drugs - Testimony, 1989
Box 14
Drugs - CRS briefs, 1988-1990
Box 14
Drugs - GAO reports, 1987-1991
Box 14
Drugs - Money laundering, 1989-1990
Box 14
El Salvador (1-11 of 13 folders), 1976-1981

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 15
El Salvador (12-13 of 13 folders), 1981

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 16
El Salvador - Church Women Murders (2 folders), 1981
Box 16
El Salvador - Ford v. Garcia, 2000
Box 16
El Salvador - Military Strategy Assistance Team (2 folders), 1981
Box 16
Enterprise for America, 1990
Box 16
F.B.I. (1-4 of 8 folders), 1982-1986
Box 16
F.B.I. (5-8 of 8 folders), 1988-1991
Box 17
Foreign agents, 1987
Box 17
Foreign policy, 1974-1993

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 17
Grenada, 1983

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 17
Guatemala, 1981-1994
Box 17
Haiti (1-4 of 7 folders), 1987-1991

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

[Book removed. Item to be catalogued and housed separately.]

Box 17
Haiti (5-7 of 7 folders), 1992-2000

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 18
Haiti - Amnesty International, 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Aristide visit, 1992 Mar. 16-19
Box 18
Haiti - Briefing, 1993
Box 18
Haiti- Bush administration policy, 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Congressional delegation trip, 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Consultation, 1994
Box 18
Haiti - Eight Points of Clinton, 2001
Box 18
Haiti - House Subcommittee hearing materials (2 folders), 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Letters, 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Memos to OAS, US Embassy, 1991
Box 18
Haiti - Our Man in Haiti, 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Projected Haiti trip, 1992
Box 18
Haiti - Telephone numbers, undated
Box 18
(Haiti) Testimony and Notes, 1992
Box 19
Harvard, 1986
Box 19
Hearings (2 folders), 1981-1991
Box 19
Honduras, 1986

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 19
Human rights (2 folders), 1973-1995
Box 19
Human rights speeches by misc., 1988-1993
Box 19
Ireland Commission, 1987-1990
Box 19
Kissinger Commission, 1983-1984

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 19
LASA, 1991-1994
Box 19
Latin America (2 folders), 1981-1991

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 19
Lome VI Convention, 1990-1992
Box 19
Notes (1 of 2 folders), undated
Box 19
Notes (2 of 2 folders), undated
Box 20
Name resources, 2000
Box 20
National Enquirer debacle, 1998
Box 20
National Security - Outerspace Conference - Pakistan Meeting, 2002
Box 20
National Security - Outerspace Conference - Palestine-Israeli Meeting, 2001
Box 20
National Security - Outerspace Conference - Shield of Dreams, 2001
Box 20
OAS Conference (2 folders), 1976
Box 20
Operation Condor (2 folders), 1976-2004
Box 20
Organizations supporting AJS, 2004
Box 20
Personal, 1977-1993
Box 20
PR campaign, 1984
Box 20
Sohn Human Rights Award, 2002
Box 20
South Korea, 1985

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 20
Sign-on letters, 1999-2002
Box 20
Terrorism, 1979-1987
Box 20
U.S. Institute of Peace, undated
Box 20

Travel, 1988-2004

(8 folders)

Documents collected by White while traveling on CIP business include speeches delivered, travel documents, notes, reciepts, and literature regarding his trip. Arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Compton Foundation Cuba trip, 2002 Feb. 15-21
Box 20
Congressional Haiti trip, 1993 Sept. 24-26
Box 20
Haiti, 1992 Feb. 6-9

Contains photos.

Box 20
Haiti, 1992 Nov. 19-20
Box 21
Kabul, Afghanistan, 1988 Apr. 18-24
Box 21
LASA International Congress, Atlanta, GA, 1994 Mar. 10-Mar. 12
Box 21
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 2004 June 30-July 1
Box 21
Misc. speaking engagements, 1999-2002
Box 21

Contains files house papers of Adam Isacson, a senior associate and program director of the Center for International Policy. Adam Isacson was hired as program director of the Colombia and Demilitarization of Latin America program in 1995. Prior to that he worked previously for the Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress in San José, Costa Rica. Mr. Isacson has worked on Latin American security issues, particularly U.S. policy toward Central America and Colombia. He has been to Colombia more than twenty-five times and visited thirteen of the country’s thirty-two departments. Adam Isacson's papers are divided into four subseries: Correspondence, Speeches, Subject Files (the largest section), and Travel Files.

Consists of business-related exchanges between Isacson and various correspondents. There are also digital files of email correspondence. Arranged alphabetically by name.

1995-2005

[Two CDs removed. Contents migrated to server; please contact a Reference Archivist for assistance in accessing this material.]

Box 23

Contains speeches in English and Spanish given by Isacson relating to Colombia; includes transparencies used by Isacson for his speeches. They are arranged alphabetically by subject name.

Colombia, 2003 Mar. 17-20
Box 23
Counter narcotics, undated
Box 23
Demilitarization, undated
Box 23
Miscellaneous speeches, 1999 Mar. 23 and undated
Box 23
Transparencies, undated
Box 24

Contains Isacson's research files, comprising the bulk of his papers. The subject files center around individuals, organizations, and countries, and are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Academy for Educational Development, 2000-2001
Box 24
Acción Ecológica (Ecuador), 2001-2004

[Floppy disk removed. Contents migrated to server; please contact a Reference Archivist for assistance in accessing this material.]

Box 24
Action Center, 2003
Box 24
Afghanistan, 2004
Box 24
Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World, undated
Box 24
Amnesty International, 2002

[Book removed. Item to be catalogued and housed separately.]

Box 24
Andean Commission of Jurists, undated
Box 24
Andersson, Allen, 2003-4
Box 24
Arias Foundation, 2001-2003
Box 24
Asylum Cases, 2004
Box 24
ATWG, 2002
Box 24
Ayres, Bob, 2002-2003
Box 24
Baker, Raymond (2 folders), 2003
Box 24
Ball, Nicole, 2002
Box 24
Banta, Lucille, 2002
Box 24
Basic, 1999
Box 24
Bolivia - Other, 2000-2002
Box 24
Brookings Institution, 1999-2002
Box 24
Cabieses, Hugo, 2001
Box 24
Campamento Internacional (Ecuador), 2002
Box 24
CEDHU (Ecuador), 2003
Box 24
CEEN (Nicaragua), 1998-9
Box 24
Central America (2 folders), 1992-2004
Box 25
CEPAD (Nicaragua), 2004
Box 25
CEPAL/ECLAC, 2001-2
Box 25
Child soldiers, 2003
Box 25
Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, 1997-1998
Box 25
ABC Group, 2001
Box 25
Acción Andina/TNI, 1999-2001
Box 25
Actualidad Colombiana, 2000
Box 25
Adams, David, 1999

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 25
Advocacy Project, 2001-2002

Contains photos and negatives.

Box 25
A.E.I., 2002-2004
Box 25
AFL-CIO, 2000-2006

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 25
Afro Colombians, 2004
Box 25
AFRODES, 2001
Box 25
AFSC, 2000-2001

[Oversized items removed to Box OV-1.]

Box 25
Agrupación Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos
Box 25
Aid Legislation, 1999-2003
Box 25
ALOP, 2002
Box 25
Amnesty International, 1997-2002
Box 25
ANDAS, 1990-2000
Box 25
ANIF, 2002
Box 25
ANUC, 2001
Box 25
Aruaca, 1993-2002
Box 26
Army War College, 2001-2002
Box 26
Asamblea Permanente (2 folders), 1998-2004
Box 26
Asfamipaz, 2002
Box 26
ASFADDES, 1999-2000
Box 26
Asociación Chamanica y Egologica, undated
Box 26
ASPROPAZ (Putumayo), 2002
Box 26
AUC, undated
Box 26
Banco de Datos (CINEP/JP), 1998
Box 26
Barrancabermeja, 2001
Box 26
Barry, Tom, undated
Box 26
Bowden, Mark, 2001
Box 26
Bring Them Home Campaign, 2003
Box 26
Cabildo Yura-Yaco, undated
Box 26
Cala, Andres, 1999
Box 26
Cambio, 2002
Box 26
Carrigan, Ana, 2000
Box 26
Casa de la Mujer, 2002
Box 26
Castaneda, Jorge, 1999
Box 26
Castrillón, Zilia, 2001
Box 26
Cauca, 2002
Box 26
Ceballos, Sandra, 1997
Box 26
CECORA, undated
Box 26
CEDECOL, 1997
Box 26
Center for Public Integrity, 2001
Box 26
Chernick, Marc, undated
Box 26
Chicago Religious Leadership Network, 2000
Box 26
Christian Peacemaker Teams, 2002
Box 26
C.I.A., 2004
Box 26
CIDEC, 2002
Box 26
CINEP, 1999-2001
Box 26
CIP (Spain), 2004
Box 26
Citizen Roundtables, 2001
Box 26
CNA Corporation, 2000
Box 26
Coalition Letters/Documents, 2001
Box 27
CODHES, 1999-2003
Box 27
Cofan Indigenous Group, 2000
Box 27
Coffee, 2003
Box 27
Colectivo de Abogados, 2000-2003
Box 27
Collier, Robert, 2002
Box 27
Colnodo, undated
Box 27
Colombia Bulletin, 2000
Box 27
Colombia HR Network, 1995-2003
Box 27
Colombia Media Project, undated
Box 27
Colombian Relief Fund, 2002
Box 27
Colombian Support Network, 1996-2002
Box 27
Colombian-American Association, 2001

Contains photos.

Box 27
Comisión Colombiana de Juristas, 2003
Box 27
Comisión de Enlace, 2001
Box 27
Comité en Solidaridad Presos Políticos, 2001
Box 27
Compartamos con Colombia, 2003
Box 27
COMPAZ, undated
Box 27
CPDH-Medellín, 1999
Box 27
Communist Party, 2000
Box 27
Conciliation Resources, 2004
Box 27
Confederación Colombiana de ONG, 1998
Box 27
Conference Idea, undated
Box 27
Congreso Nacional de Paz y País, 2002
Box 27
Congress, 2001
Box 28
Congressional Research Service, 2000
Box 28
Conservation International, 2000
Box 28
Contractors, 2003
Box 28
Contraloría, 2001
Box 28
Coordinación Col-Eur-USA, 1997-2002
Box 28
Corpoamazonia, 2000
Box 28
Corporations, 2000
Box 28
CFR/IAD Report, 2000
Box 28
Credhos, 2001
Box 28
CRIC, 2002
Box 28
Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, 2000
Box 28
DEA, 1999-2002
Box 28
Defense Department, 1997-2001
Box 28
Defensoría del Pueblo, 2001-2003
Box 28
Defense Ministry (2 folders), 1997-2004
Box 28
Destino Colombia, undated
Box 28
Diakonia, 2000
Box 28
Earthjustice, 2002
Box 28
Ecofondo, 2003
Box 28
Economist, 2000-2004
Box 28
Ecuador Border, 2002
Box 28
Embassy of Colombia (1 of 4 folders), 2000-2004
Box 28
Embassy of Colombia (2-4 of 4 folders), 2000-2004
Box 29
Embrujo Autoritario, 2003
Box 29
Encuentro Internacional, 2001
Box 29
ELN, 2002
Box 29
ESAP, 2000
Box 29
Escuela Nacional Sindical, 2002
Box 29
Europe, 2002-2003
Box 29
Fals Borda, Orlando, 2000
Box 29
FARC, 2000
Box 29
FCNL, 2000-2001
Box 29
FEDEGAN, 1999
Box 29
FO (France), 2002

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Box 29
FOCAL (Canada), 2000
Box 29
F.O.R., 2000-2002
Box 29
Foreign Aid, 2004
Box 29
Foro Nacional Por Colombia, 1988
Box 29
Freidrich Ebert, 2004
Box 29
Friends of the Earth, undated
Box 29
Fundescopa, 2001
Box 29
GAO (2 folders), 1998-2002
Box 29
García-Peña, Daniel, 2004
Box 29
Garzon, Luis, 2003
Box 29
George Mason University, 2001
Box 29
Georgetown University (1 of 2 folders), 2002-2004
Box 29
Georgetown University (2 of 2 folders), 2002-2004
Box 30
Global Exchange, 2000
Box 30
Goff, Stan, 1999
Box 30
Gold-Bliss, Michael, undated
Box 30
Governors (South), 2000
Box 30
Gropman, Alan, undated
Box 30
Grupo Civil de Monitoreo (Ecuador), 2001
Box 30
Grupo de Apoyo a los Desaparecidos, 1999-2000
Box 30
Guerilla Correspondence, 1999-2000
Box 30
Harken, 1999-2000
Box 30
Heritage Foundation, 1999
Box 30
Hill Drops, 2001-2002
Box 30
Hoover Institution, 2001
Box 30
House Democrats, 1999-2004
Box 30
House Republicans, 1998-2003
Box 30
Human Rights Conditions, 2000-2002
Box 30
Human Rights Watch, 1998-2003
Box 30
ICA, 2000
Box 30
ICG (2 folders), 2002
Box 30
INDEPAZ, 2003
Box 30
Institute for Policy Studies, 2000
Box 30
Instituto Maria Cano, undated
Box 30
IRC, 2003
Box 30
Instituto Popular de Capacitación, 2001-2002
Box 30
Interamerican Human Rights Commission, 1997
Box 30
Jesuit Refugee Service, 2000
Box 30
Jones, James, 2003
Box 30
June 1999 Delegation, 1999
Box 30
Justicia y Paz, 1997
Box 30
Juventud por el Guaviare, 2001
Box 30
Kalmanovitz, Salomon, 1998
Box 31
Kidnap victims, 2002
Box 31
LASA, 1998
Box 31
Latinamerica Press, 2002
Box 31
Latinamerica Press, 2002
Box 31
Law 70, 1993
Box 31
LAWG, 1999-2004
Box 31
Lawyers’ Committee, 2000
Box 31
Leech, Gary, undated
Box 31
Leyva, Alvaro, 2002
Box 31
Livingstone, Grace, 1999-2000
Box 31
Lutheran World Relief, 2003
Box 31
MAELA, 2001
Box 31
Maginnis, Thomas, 2001
Box 31
Mandato Cuidadano, 1998-2001
Box 31
Marks, Tom, 2001
Box 31
Maryknoll, 2001
Box 31
Mesas Ciudadanas, 2001
Box 31
Millett, Richard, undated
Box 31
MINGA (2 folders), 2001-2002
Box 31
Movimiento del Sur Occidente, 2000
Box 31
Mujeres Autoras de Paz, undated
Box 31
Murillo, Luis Gilberto, undated
Box 31
Nariño, 2001-2002

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Box 31
National Council of Churches, 2001
Box 31
National Defense Unit, 1999-2005
Box 31
National Security Law, 2001
Box 31
Naya Massacre, 2001
Box 31
North-South Center, 2002
Box 31
Observatorio Sobre el Fenómeno de la Droga, 2001
Box 31
Occidental Petroleum, 2000-2001
Box 32
OIDACO, 2001-2003
Box 32
ONDCP, 1999-2000
Box 32
OPIAC, 2000
Box 32
Organización Femenina Popular, 2000-2001
Box 32
Ospina, J.M., 2001
Box 32
País Libre, 2002
Box 32
Para, Jacks, 2003
Box 32
Pastoral Social, 2000-2001
Box 32
Paz Colombia, 2000-2001
Box 32
Peace Brigades (2 folders), 1999-2003
Box 32
Peace on the Table, 1991-1998
Box 32
Petro, Gustavo, 2004
Box 32
Photos, undated
Box 32
Pizzaro, Eduardo, 1998
Box 32
Plan Colombia, 2002
Box 32
PLANTE, 2001-2002
Box 32
Police, 2002
Box 32
Pratt, Timothy, 2000
Box 33
Proyecto Paz y Desarrollo en Magdalena Medio, 1999
Box 33
Public Services International, 2002
Box 33
Putumayo (2 folders), 2000-2002
Box 33
Putumayo Dept. Govt., 2001-2002

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Box 33
Rand Corporation, 2001
Box 33
Red de Solidaridad Social, 2000-2001
Box 33
Red Nacional de Veedurías Ciudadanas, undated
Box 33
Redepaz, 2000
Box 33
Required Human Rights Reports, 2000-2001
Box 33
RGRTPC, undated
Box 33
RFK Memorial, 2000
Box 33
Robinson, Linda, 2001
Box 33
Rojas, Jairo, 2001
Box 33
Rosas, Diego, 1999
Box 33
Ruta Pacífica, 2002-2004
Box 33
San Andrés, 2002
Box 33
Senate Democrats, 2000-2003
Box 33
Senate Republicans, 1999-2003
Box 33
September visit, 2003
Box 33
Shifter, Michael, 2000-2002
Box 33
SINTRAMINERCOL, 1998-2000
Box 33
Southcom, 2004
Box 33
Spagat, Michael, 2003
Box 33
State/ INL (2 folders), 1998-2003
Box 33
State/ INL, 1998-2003
Box 34
Steering Committee, 2001-2004
Box 34
Stokes, Doug, 2001
Box 34
Symmes, Patrick, 2000
Box 34
Tafur, Victor, 1999-2000
Box 34
Tate, Winifred, 2004
Box 34
Taussig, Michael, 2003
Box 34
Testimonies, 2002-2004
Box 34
Theidon, Kim, 2002
Box 34
Thoumi, Francisco, 2002
Box 34
Tickner, Arlene, 1999
Box 34
Transnational Institute, 2001-2003
Box 34
Tree, Sanho, 2003
Box 34
UNHCR (2 folders), 2001-2004
Box 34
Universidad de la Sabana, 2001
Box 34
Universidad Javeriana, 2001
Box 34
Universidad Nacional, 2001
Box 34
University of Georgia, 2001
Box 34
USAID, 2001-2004
Box 34
US-Col. Coordinating Office, 1998-2000
Box 34
US Committee for Refugees, 1998-2000
Box 34
Uribe, Alvaro, 2002
Box 34
Uribe, Alvaro, 2002
Box 35
USIP, 2004
Box 35
US/LEAP, 2004
Box 35
USO, 1987-2002
Box 35
U’wa Indigenous Group, 1999
Box 35
Valencia, Leon, undated
Box 35
Vargas, Ricardo, 2003
Box 35
Viva la Ciudadanía, 1998
Box 35
Senator Wellstone, 2001
Box 35
Stokes, Doug, 2002
Box 35
Wilson, Suzanne, 2001
Box 35
Witness for Peace, 2002

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Box 35
WOLA, 1997-2002
Box 35
Woodrow Wilson Center (2 folders), 1996-2004
Box 35
World Bank, 2001
Box 35
Women Waging Peace, 2004
Box 35
World Wildlife Fund, 1998
Box 35
Yale University, 2004
Box 35
Counternarcotics documents, 1998

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Box 35
CIP Conference at Brookings, 2002 Mar.

[VHS tape removed to AV-1.]

Box 35
Common Sense for Drug Policy, 2000
Box 35
Contractors, 2001
Box 35
Council for a Livable World, 1997-2001
Box 35
Counter-drug aid, 1998-2000
Box 36
Cuba, 2004
Box 36
Curry, Frick, undated
Box 36
DEA, 2003
Box 36
Department of Defense, 2000-2003
Box 36
Digital files, 1998-2004

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Box 36
Drawdowns, 1997-1999
Box 36
Earth Council, 2001
Box 36
Ecuador- OIPAZ, 2003
Box 36
Eisendrath, Craig, 2002-2003
Box 36
WOLA (2 folders), 1993-1997
Box 36
Others (2 folders), 1993-2002
Box 36
Exercise slides (2 folders), 1996-2005
Box 36
Falcoff, Mark, 2003-2004
Box 36
Federation of American Scientists, 1996-2002
Box 36
FLASCO Guatemala, 2002
Box 36
Forward Operating Locations, 1999-2002
Box 36
FMF, 1997
Box 37
FMT Responsibility Act, 2000
Box 37
FOCAL (Canada), 2002
Box 37
FOLs, 2000
Box 37
FOR, 2002
Box 37
Foreign Military Training Report- Other, 1999-2002
Box 37
Foreign Policy In Focus, 2001
Box 37
Free the Slaves, 2002
Box 37
Fund for Peace, 2002
Box 37
Fundación Solon, 1999-2003
Box 37
Goodman, Mel, 2003
Box 37
Truth Commission Report, 1999
Box 37
WOLA, 1995-2002
Box 37
Other (3 folders), 1993-2004
Box 37
Harrison, Selig, 2003-2004
Box 37
House Armed Services Committee, 2003
Box 37
Honduras-Other, 1995-1998

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Box 37
HCA- Other, 1994-1997
Box 37
Hurricane Mitch, 1999
Box 38
ICITAP (Dept. of Justice), 1997
Box 38
Interconnect, 2001
Box 38
IMET, 1997
Box 38
IMET (Expanded) (2 folders), 1997
Box 38
Inter-American Air Forces Academy, 1998
Box 38
Inter-American Forum, 2003
Box 38
Inter-American Foundation, 2001-2003
Box 38
International Alert, 2003
Box 38
International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (State Dept.), 1998-1999
Box 38
Interns, 2003
Box 38
Inter-Religious Task Force (Ohio), 2000-2002
Box 38
Job Seekers, 2003-2004
Box 38
Johns Hopkins, 2002
Box 38
Joint Task Force- Bravo (Honduras), 1996
Box 38
Hill Drops, 2001
Box 38
Others, 1996-2002
Box 38
Kerry, John, undated
Box 38
LaPlante, Kenneth, 2001
Box 38
LASA, 2001-2004
Box 38
LAWG, 1999-2004
Box 38
Leahy Law, 1998-2003
Box 39
Letelier-Moffitt Award, 2004
Box 39
Lindesmith Center, 2001
Box 39
Lindsay-Poland, John, 2001
Box 39
Lumpe, Lora, 2002
Box 39
Maryknoll, 2001
Box 39
McGuiness, Ann, undated
Box 39
GAO Report, 1998
Box 39
Military Training, 1997-1998
Box 39
Other, 1997-2002
Box 39
WOLA, 1996-1997
Box 39
Military Training, 2004
Box 39
Monika’s Paper, undated

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Box 39
NACLA, undated
Box 39
National Security, 2003
Box 39
NEPAD, 2001
Box 39
Nicaragua- Other, 1995-2004
Box 39
Notes, undated
Box 39
Office move, 2002
Box 39
OIPAZ-Ecuador (2 folders), 2001-2002
Box 39
Operation "Enduring Friendship," 2001-2003
Box 39
Oxfam, 2003
Box 39
Paint by Numbers, 2004
Box 39
CMA Negotiations, 1997-1998

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Box 39
F.O.R., 1995-1999
Box 39
Other, 1995-2000
Box 40
Pan American Health Organization, 2001
Box 40
Peace Brigades International, 1999-2001
Box 40
Military Assistance, 1999
Box 40
Other, 1997-1998
Box 40
WOLA, 1992-2000
Box 40
PIPER, 2004
Box 40
Pluto Press, 2004
Box 40
Poorly Performing States, 2002
Box 40
PRODH (Mexico), 2001-2004
Box 40
Reich, Otto, 2001
Box 40
Reports Calendar, 2001
Box 40
RESDAL, 2002
Box 40
Resource Center, 2002-2004
Box 40
Rights Action, 2004
Box 40
Section 1004 Reports, 1998-2004
Box 40
Section 2011 Reports, 1998-2000
Box 40
SERPAJ, undated
Box 40
Shiprider Agreement, 2000-2001
Box 40
SIPRI, 2002
Box 40
Smihula, John, 2001
Box 40
Smith Wayne, undated
Box 40
Annual Reports (2 folders), 1998-2000
Box 40
Congress, 1993-1999
Box 41
GAO Reports, 1996
Box 41
Other, 1997-2003
Box 41
SOA Watch, 2001-2003

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Box 41
Soldini, Don, undated
Box 41
Bases, 1998
Box 41
Human Rights, 1995-1997
Box 41
Panama, 1996
Box 41
Testimonies, 1998-2001
Box 41
Special Forces-Other, 1998
Box 41
State Department-10/01 Roundtable, 2001
Box 41
Students for a Sensible Drug Policy, 2001
Box 41
Traditional CINC Activities (TCA), 1998
Box 41
Transnational Institute, 1999-2003
Box 41
UASB (Ecuador), 2003-2005
Box 41
UNHCR, 2000-2001
Box 41
United Bank, 2004
Box 42
USAID, 2003
Box 42
Valderrama, Mariano, 2001
Box 42
Voice of America, 2001
Box 42
War College, undated
Box 42
Washington Post, 2002
Box 42
Website, 2005

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Box 42
Weiss, Cora, 2000

Contain photos.

Box 42
Win Without War, 2003
Box 42
Drug Policy Project (2 folders), 1991-2004
Box 42
1999 Drug Policy Guide, 1999
Box 42
Women Waging Peace, 2004
Box 42
Woodrow Wilson Center, 2002
Box 42
World Affairs Council, 2001
Box 42
World Bank, 2001
Box 42
World Policy Institute, 2000
Box 42
Zirnite, Peter, 1998
Box 42

Travel, 1998-2005

(18 folders)

Files contain documents collected by Isacson while traveling on CIP business. They include speeches, travel documents, notes, receipts, and literature regarding his trip. Included in this sub-suberies are three notebooks in which Isacson writes in great detail about conversations, meetings, and impressions of his trips to Colombia in 2001 and 2004. Arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Bolivia, 2004 May 21-29
Box 42
Carnegie Seminar, New York, NY, 2002 Oct. 21-22
Box 42
Chicago, 2001 Aug.
Box 42
CITCA Retreat, Raleigh, NC, 2002 Oct.
Box 42
Colombia, 1998 Jan.
Box 42
Colombia, 2001 Mar.
Box 42
Colombia, 2001 Aug. 16-18
Box 42
Colombia, 2004 Apr. 17-28
Box 42
Colombia, 2004 Nov.
Box 42
Colombia Forum, Monterey, CA, 2004 Apr. 14-16
Box 43
Colombia Support Network, Madison, Wisc., 2003 Apr. 3-5
Box 43
Columbus, Ga., 2002 Nov. 14-16
Box 43
Columbus, Ohio, 2003 Apr. 17-18
Box 43
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 2005 Nov. 18-19
Box 43
Ecuador-Colombia Border (2 folders), 2002 Jan.-Feb.
Box 43
Honduras, 2004 Oct. 3-26
Box 43
Just the Facts Trip, 1998 Oct.
Box 43
Mexico City, Mexico, 2001 July
Box 43
Minneapolis, Minn., 2002 Oct.
Box 43
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Ca., 2003 Apr. 8-10
Box 43

Accession (2012-0074) contains papers of Selig Harrison, a senior associate and program director of the Asia Project for the Center for International Policy. He is also a senior scholar of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and director of the Century Foundation's Program on the United States and the Future of Korea. He has specialized in South Asia and East Asia for fifty years as a journalist and scholar, including as a South Asia correspondent of the Associated Press. Selig Harrison became one of the first Americans to visit North Korea since the Korean War and to interview Kim Il Sung in 1972. Harrison's papers are divided into four subseries: Geographic (the largest section), Nuclear and Energy, Professional, and Audiovisual.

Consists of business-related exchanges between Harrison and various correspondents; newspaper clippings and other current events material regarding the economy and politics of Asian countries, including the tensions and relations in and between these countries; travel documents; and drafts of articles and speeches. Files are arranged first by region, including South and West Asia, East Asia, North Korea, and interregional and other regions, and then alphabetically by name. Some materials have been removed to the Nuclear and Energy Subseries, the Professional Subseries and the Audiovisual Subseries. Materials dealing exclusively with North Korea have been removed to the North Korea Subseries.

Afghan bases, 2009-2011 and undated
Box 45
Afghan regional - Pashtun, 2005-2007
Box 45
Afghanistan-India, 2002-2010 and undated
Box 45
Afghanistan-Iraq, 2010
Box 45
Afghanistan - Post-Cold War, Taliban and the War on Terror, 1999-2010 and undated
Box 45
Afghanistan-Russia, 2010 and undated
Box 45
Afghanistan - regional security, 2002-2009 and undated
Box 45
Afghanistan, strategy and policy on - talks with Taliban, 2007-2011
Box 45
Ahmadinejad visit, 2008
Box 45
Aid to ethnic minorities - Iran-Pakistan tensions, 2006-2007 and undated
Box 45
Aid to ethnic minorities - United States has not tested Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) as terrorists, 2006-2007
Box 45
Azerbaijani in Iran, 2002-2007
Box 45
Baloch in Iran, 2007-2008
Box 45
Balochistan - Diane Mason Project, 2009 and undated
Box 45
Balochistan general, 2003-2009 and undated
Box 45
Baloch - Khan of Kalat, 2007 and undated
Box 45
Balochistan - Malik, Sajida, 2008
Box 45
Balochistan - Mustikhan, Ahmar, 2005
Box 45
Balochistan - op-ed, 2006 and undated
Box 45
Balochistan prime, 2005-2006 and undated
Box 45
Balochistan, prime current - get in Pakistan's costly "other" war, 2003-2006 and undated
Box 46
Baloch - Sindhis, 2002-2005 and undated
Box 46
Baloch, Wahid - Sheffer, David, 2007
Box 46
Bangladesh - general, 2001-2010
(3 folders)
Box 46
Bangladesh navy, 2004-2008
Box 46
Bangladesh prime, 2004-2008
Box 46
Center for Asian Progress prime materials, 2008
Box 46
Chandio, Jami, Pakistan: Crisis of Federation and Provincial Autonomy, chapters, 2009
Box 46
Cold War - Russia and Afghanistan, 1979-2002
Box 46
Cosmos Club, India, 2006
Box 47
Drugs and narcotics, 1998 and undated
Box 47
F-16s to Pakistan, 2005 and undated
Box 47
Fund for Peace Project, 2003
Box 47
Grant application and expense account for Iran/Iran Task Force names, 2008
Box 47
Hamas and the Middle East, 2006-2007 and undated
Box 47
Hijacking - Indian Airlines, 2000
Box 47
India-Bangladesh, 1999-2002 and undated
Box 47
India - economy, 1992-2006 and undated
Box 47
India - gas pipeline from Iran/Andhra gas discovery, 2000-2008
Box 47
India - general, 1965, 1992-2001 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 47
India in Balochistan, 2005-2006 and undated
Box 47
India-Iran, 2005-2008
Box 47
India letter, 2006
Box 47
India letter, 2008
Box 47
India-Pakistan relations/Kashmir, 1998-2009 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 48
India piece, 1989-2000
Box 48
India-Pakistan trade, 2003-2008
Box 48
India-United States, 2009
Box 48
India-United States counterterrorism, 2008
Box 48
Indo-United States general
Box 48
Indo-United States high-tech agreement, 2003-2004
Box 48
Indus River Water Treaty, 1960
Box 48
Indus waters - Kashmir, 2009
Box 48
Iran-Afghanistan, 2001-2010 and undated
Box 48
Iran-Ahmadinejad, 2007
Box 48
Iran articles, 2008

New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, The Guardian.

Box 48
Iran-Baloch, 2005-2009
Box 48
Iran - Foreign Service Journal, 2009 and undated
Box 48
Iran - general, 2005-2008 and undated
(1 of 2)
Box 48
Iran - general
(2 of 2)
Box 49
Iran: Human Rights Abuses Against the Baluchi Minority, Amnesty International, 2007
Box 49
Iranian Baluch, 2000-2007
Box 49
Iran-Iraq - general, 2005-2008 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 49
Iran and Iraq security forces - surge and Awakening Councils, 2007-2008 and undated
Box 49
Iran-Iraq and Takeyh, USSR, and Saede-Iran-Hezbollah, 2006-2007
Box 49
Iran-Israel, 2005-2007
Box 49
Iran - lost opportunities, 2004-2006 and undated
Box 49
Iran minorities (secondary), 2006-2009
Box 49
Iran, Persian Gulf and Saudis, 2007 and undated
Box 49
Iran pieces for Foreign Service Journal article and Le Monde article, 2007-2008
Box 49
Iran prime - Katherine McGraw, 2006-2008 and undated
Box 49
Iran prime substantive, 2006-2009
Box 49
Iran promotion names, 2008
Box 49
Iran - sanctions, 2006-2008
Box 49
Iran - secondary and names, 2003-2007 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 50
Iran sending improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to Iraq, 2007-2008
Box 50
Iran - United States special operations in, 2006 and undated
Box 50
Iran speech, 2008
Box 50
Iran trip records and D.C.-Iran contacts, 2007-2008
Box 50
Iran-U.S.-Baghdad talks, 2007
Box 50
Iran War scenarios, 2007-2008
Box 50
Iraq air security, 2006-2009
Box 50
Iraq draft, 2006-2010 and undated
Box 50
Iraq exit strategy, 2007-2008 and undated
Box 50
Iraq - general, 2006-2007 and undated
Box 50
Iraq impact on Muslims, 2008 and undated
Box 50
Iraqi oil, 2006-2007
Box 50
Iraq-United States Security Agreement, 2008

New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, The Guardian.

Box 50
Israel, 1979, 2006-2008 and undated
Box 50
Jundullah-Rigi-Marx interview and ABC news regarding Bush, 2007 and undated
Box 50
Kashawar and Azad Kashmir, 2009-2010 and undated
Box 50
Kashmir, 2005-2006
Box 50
Kashmir autonomy, 1999-2011 and undated
Box 50
Kashmir crisis, 1999
Box 50
Khuzestan, 2005-2007 and undated
Box 50
Makran, 2002-2009
Box 50
South and West Asia - miscellaneous, 2001 and undated
Box 50
Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), 2003-2008
Box 50
Mustikhan, Ahmar, 2000-2001 and undated
Box 51
Negotiations with Taliban, 1988, 2009-2011
Box 51
Neoconservatives and Iran, 2007-2008
Box 51
National Security Agency (NSA)Pakistan speech, undated
Box 51
Obama, India and United States, and India terror, 1997-2010 and undated
Box 51
Pakistan - general, 1992-2010 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 51
Pakistan - general Mahmoud Ahmad, 2004-2008 and undated
Box 51
Pakistan - economy, 1999-2002 and undated
Box 51
Pakistan - is Musharraf backing down? 2003-2004
Box 52
Pakistan - military in business, 2000-2002 and undated
Box 52
Pakistan soft on Taliban, 2003-2004
Box 52
Pakistan - Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba, and Al-Queda, 1999-2009 and undated
Box 52
Policy regarding United States in Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan, 2006-2007
Box 52
Prime interview notes, 2008 and undated
Box 52
Selig S. Harrison Iran exposure - pieces and interviews, 2006-2010
Box 52
Should Pakistan survive? 2010
Box 52
Silk Route, 2010
Box 52
Sindhi, 1999-2009 and undated
Box 52
Sindhis security, 1998-1999
Box 52
South Asia - general, 1997-2001 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 52
Strait of Hormuz, 2007-2008
Box 52
Task force acceptance - India, 1997-2006
Box 53
Task force - Iran/Pakistan, 2007 and undated
Box 53
Task force on ethnic tensions and the future of Pakistan, 2007-2008
Box 53
Tehran, including names, 2007-2008 and undated
Box 53
Tehran security, 2007
Box 53
Tehran substantive security, 2003-2007
Box 53
Terrorism in India, 2001-2008 and undated
Box 53
Treaty of Zuhab, Qasr-e-Shirin, 2004-2008 and undated
Box 53
Turkey, 2010
Box 53
United States bases in Iraq, 2006-2009 and undated
Box 53
United States coverage of India - Selig S. Harrison paper, 1997
Box 53
United States economy and the Iraq War, 2000-2002
Box 53
United States-India nuclear deal piece, 2006 and undated
Box 53
United States intelligence on Iran, 2005-2007 and undated
Box 54
United States-Iran, 2006-2008
Box 54
United States: Iraq, War on Terror, foreign policy, administration, 2002-2004
Box 54
United States military aid to Pakistan, 2008
Box 54
Uzbekistan, 2008-2010
Box 54
Van Kloberg op-ed product, India-Pakistan, 2001-2002
Box 54
Visa and Tehran, reference number 2403, 2007
Box 54
Walt-Mearsheimer Israel lobby, 2006
Box 54
Acts of Betrayal: The Challenge of Protecting North Koreans in China, Refugees International, 2005 April
Box 55
Air reductions, Korean Peninsula, 1999-2000 and undated
Box 55
Armistice and United States Forces Korea (USFK) - change of status, including tripartite and 4-party talks, 1986-1999
Box 55
Arms control secondary, including text of North-South 1991 agreement, 1969-1998
Box 55
Arms control - North-South Korea, 1977-2000
Box 55
Asher, David, Ph.D., 2005-2006
Box 55
Asia Monetary Fund, 2004 and undated
Box 55
Biological warfare, Korean peninsula, 1993-1999
Box 55
The Bloody Waters of Noryang, 1976
Box 55
Buddhists, undated
Box 55
Burden sharing, Republic of Korea, 1989-1999 and undated
Box 55
Cato paper on China, 1999
Box 55
Century Foundation book on United States policy in Korea, prime research, 2000
Box 55
Chaebol reforms, 1998-1999, undated
Box 55
Cheil Church, obstruction of assembly, 1983-1986
Box 55
Chemical and biological weapons, 20001-2002
Box 55
Cheonan sinking, 2010
Box 55
China - aid to North Korea and agricultural reform, 2008
Box 55
China - economic, 1996-1997 and undated
Box 56
China - general, 1999
Box 56
China - history secondary, undated
Box 56
China-Japan territorial disputes (South Seas), 2010 and undated
Box 56
China-Korean Peninsula - history and current, 1985-1999 and undated
Box 56
China oil, South China Sea, 1995-1998
Box 56
China-Republic of Korea, undated
Box 56
China-Taiwan relations, 1988-2006 and undated
Box 56
China-United States economy and Taiwan-United States economy, 2010 and undated
Box 56
China-United States relations, 2000 and undated
Box 56
China-United States relations regarding arms sales to Taiwan, 2002-2010
Box 56
Chun Kyong-hwan (Baby Chun), 1985-1986 and undated
Box 56
Chun Xiao - China versus Japan, 2004-2005 and undated
Box 56
Close to war, bottom-up review of Korea, 1999 and undated
Box 56
Cost of United States presence in South Korea, 1992-1997
Box 56
Cummings, Bruce, University of Chicago, working paper, "Task Force on U.S. Korean Policy, 2002 Dec. 5, and related materials, 2002
Box 56
Damul correspondence with Jihyun Kim (Taewoo Kim), Korean Peninsula and China, 1997-1998
Box 56
Defectors and refugees from North Korea, 2000-2006
Box 56
Defensive spending, North/South Korea, 1999 and undated
Box 56
Democratic People's Republic of Korea-China, 1998-2008
Box 56
Democratic People's Republic of Korea international reform, 1970-2000 and undated
Box 56
Democratic People's Republic of Korea-Japan, 1971, 1991-2009 and undated
Box 56
Democratic People's Republic of Korea missile trade, 1993-2003
Box 56
Democratic People's Republic of Korea perception of South Korea, 1996 and undated
Box 56
Draft Program for Technical and Economic Cooperation for the Korean Peninsula, a report of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), 1994
Box 56
East Asia and Pacific security, 1999-2005 and undated
Box 57
Economic cooperation between North-South Korea, 1991-2000 and undated
Box 57
Economics of unification, 1977-1999 and undated
Box 57
Emerging markets - Korean Peninsula, 2006-2008
Box 57
Environmental cooperation in Northeast Asia, undated
Box 57
Europe and American in Asia, 2004
Box 57
Force reduction - North Korea support, Republic of Korea resistance, 1973 North-South talks, undated
Box 57
Four Party talks, 1997-1998 and undated
Box 57
General, East Asia, 1973-2009 and undated
Box 57
General audiences, Korea, 2006 and undated
Box 57
General Kim, Yoon Hoo, 1983-1987 and undated
Box 57
General overview, East Asia, 1991-1999 and undated
Box 57
Global warming and Korea, 1996-1997
Box 57
Goguryeo, 2000
Box 57
Gold and minerals in the Korean Peninsula, 1999 and undated
Box 57
Hankyoreh various - North Korea "same horse" truce, Nov. 12, Obama visit, Gates and Okada, 2009
Box 57
Hawks and Doves in the Republic of Korea, 1977, 1993 and undated
Box 57
Historical parallels: will Kim Jong-il reform? 1993-1999 and undated
Box 57
Hwang Jang Yop defection, 1997-1998 and undated
Box 57
Inter-Korean reconciliation and cooperation, 1998-2002 and undated
Box 57
Is North Korean readiness determinating? 1998 and undated
Box 57
Jangnai Sohn's role in Reagan-China summit, 1981-1999
Box 57
Japan defense, 2002-2004
Box 58
Japan - economic, 1993-1998
Box 58
Japan - general, 1998-2009 and undated
Box 58
Japan-Koreas, 1968-2003
Box 58
Japan - militarization, Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) missiles, 2004-2006
Box 58
Japan - military, defense, and arms, 1998-2003 and undated
Box 58
Japan satellites, 2003-2004
Box 58
Japan to the right, 2005-2006
Box 58
Japan-United States, 2003-2008 and undated
Box 58
Japan and United States in Asia, 1993-1995
Box 58
Japan-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), 1967, 1990-1992 and undated
Box 58
Japan and United States treasuries, 1993-1997 and undated
Box 58
Kaesong Industrial Park, 2004 and undated
Box 58
Kim, Byungki - edited volume on Korea, 2001-2002
Box 58
Kim Chong Pil, 1962-1971
Box 58
Kim Dae Jung, 1998
Box 59
Kim Dae Jung - North Korea policy, 1997-1998
Box 59
Kim Dae Jung speeches and interviews, 1971-1995
Box 59
Kimg Jong-il on unification, 1997
Box 59
Kimg Yong-nam et. al., including Han Si-hal transcription, 1991 June 5
Box 59
Kim Young Sam, 1966-1997 and undated
Box 59
Kim Young Sam on reunification, 1993-1994
Box 59
Korea contacts, 1999-2007 and undated
Box 59
Korea in North East Asia, undated
Box 59
Korea Project contacts, 1997-1999
Box 59
Korea research prime, 1999 and undated
Box 59
Korea task force contact information, June 23 Seoul, 2002-2004 and undated
Box 59
Korea task force general, 2002-2005
Box 59
Korea task force papers, 2002-2003
Box 59
Korea task force prime, 2004
Box 60
Korea task force replies ("make Sigal and Endicott changes"), 2004
Box 60
Korea task force report 2 - responses from members, memorandum 1 sent 2004 Aug. 4 1:35pm, memorandum 2 sent 2004 Aug. 17 3:13pm (postponement)
Box 60
Korea trip, 1986
Box 60
Korea Central Intelligence Agency (KCIA) blocks North-South Korea, 1986-1998
Box 60
Korean corruption, 1983-1986
Box 60
Korean nationalism, 1967 and undated
Box 60
Korean Peninsula and East Asian relations, 1986-1996
Box 60
Korean Peninsula and Germany, 1995 and undated
Box 60
Korean Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) report, 1999-2000 and undated
Box 60
Korean War, including MIA issue, 1978-2000 and undated
Box 60
Korean War - North Korea-Soviet-Chinese alliance, 1950-1954 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 60
Korean War revisionism, 1993 and undated
Box 61
Land mines, Korean Peninsula, 1997-1998
Box 61
Lim Dong Wao, 1992 and undated
Box 61
Maps, East Asia, undated
Box 61
Military balance, Korean Peninsula, 1987-2000 and undated
Box 61
Mulligan, John B., Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO), 2001
Box 61
Neutralization, Korean Peninsula, 1988, 1999-2004
Box 61
No Gun Ri, 2000 and undated
Box 61
Northeast Asia regional economic-agricultural cooperation, 1994-1995
Box 61
North Korea opening up to aid, 1993-1995 and undated
Box 61
North Korea opening up to the South, 1995-1999 and undated
Box 61
North-South incidents, 1997-1998
Box 61
North-South Korea economic-agriculture, 1990-1998 and undated
Box 61
North-South separated families and United States Koreans, 1990-1992 and undated
Box 61
Obama tensions with China - South China Sea, Yellow Sea, Vietnam nuclear, 2010
Box 61
Operational control, Korea, 1979 and undated
Box 61
Op-Plan 5029, Korea, 2005
Box 62
Operational Plan secondary, Korea, 1998-1999 and undated
Box 62
The Origins of Korean Democracy, John Kie-chiang Oh, Jacqueline Pak, 2001
Box 62
Perry, William (former Secretary of Defense), 1998-1999
Box 62
Political costs of Combined Forces Command (CFC) during military rule, 1979 and undated
Box 62
Preparing for F-16 sale and Department of Defense (DOD) annual report to Congress regarding Taiwan, 2010
Box 62
Private markets, Korean Peninsula, 1993 -1999 and undated
Box 62
Pueblo incident and Vance trip, Korea, 1968
Box 62
Republic of Korea arms control Porter Initiative (1971) and North-South talks (1973), 1991-2000
Box 62
Republic of Korea authority and United States nationalism, 1989-1994 and undated
Box 62
Republic of Korea bailout justified on defense basis, 1998
Box 62
Republic of Korea contacts, 1995-2005 and undated
Box 62
Republic of Korea defense spending, 1977-1997
Box 62
Republic of Korea democratic reform, 1986-1987 and undated
Box 62
Republic of Korea diplomatic, 1997-2000 and undated
Box 62
Republic of Korea economic crisis, 1997-2002 and undated
Box 62
Republic of Korea economic - International Monetary Fund (IMF), 1998
Box 62
Republic of Korea economy, including financial crisis, 1987-2003 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea and future of International Monetary Fund (IMF), 1997-1998 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea - general, 2004-2005 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea-Japan, 1006
Box 63
Republic of Korea labor, 1997-1998
Box 63
Republic of Korea military-industrial complex, 1987-1999 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea missiles, 2006
Box 63
Republic of Korea perspectives on North Korea and unification, 1991-1994 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea rice trade and agriculture, Tongsun Park, 1975 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea-United States, 1972-2006
Box 63
Republic of Korea-United States tension - trade, distrust regarding North Korea, and nuclear proliferation, 1997 and undated
Box 63
Republic of Korea visit, 1998 Apr.
Box 63
Reunification, North-South Korea, 1977-2008
(2 folders)
Box 64
"Reunification and a Peace Regime in Northeast Asia," Selig S. Harrison, 2006
Box 64
Rhee, Syngman and armistice, 1977-200 and undated
Box 64
Roh Tae Woo on unification, 1988-1991
Box 64
Russia-Korean Peninsula, undated
Box 64
Selig Harrison pieces on Northeast Asia, 1998-2001
Box 64
Senkakus, undated
Box 64
Seoul contacts, 1998-2006
Box 64
Seoul, notes, 1999 May 7-8
Box 64
Seoul, notes, 2004 June
Box 64
Scenarios and proposals, Korea, 1990-1999 and undated
Box 65
Sino-Japanese relations, 2006 and undated
Box 65
Slanting of U.S. coverage on South Korea - Bruce Cummings, 1990
Box 65
Southeast Asia, 1972 and 1988
Box 65
South-North Korea - general, including Sunshine Policy, 1993-2010 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 65
Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), 1966-1994 and undated
Box 65
Strategic mobility, United States in East Asia, 1995-1997
Box 65
Summit and security, including Albright transcript, Korea, 2000 and undated
Box 65
Sunshine Policy, Kim Dae Jung, 1999
Box 65
Taiwan and arms sales, 2007-2010
Box 65
Taiwan-China economy, 2010 and undated
Box 65
Taiwan - Economic Strategy Institute (ESI), 1997
Box 65
Taiwan - general, 1997-2004 and undated
Box 66
Taiwan prime, 2010 and undated
Box 66
Tar baby (Korea), 1970-2000 and undated
Box 66
Task force on United States Korean policy report reference, 2002 and undated
Box 66
Tripartite talks (Republic of Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, United States), 1994-1999
Box 66
Tumen River area development project, 1992-1995
Box 66
United Nations Command and armistice, 1953, 1974, 1995-2003
Box 66
United States Forces access from Japan, 1997 and undated
Box 66
United States Forces Korea (USFK), 1985-2005 and undated
Box 66
United States intervention in Korean Peninsula, 1999-2004 and undated
Box 66
United States-Korea economic, 1975-1998
Box 66
United States Role in 1987 crisis, including Bill Kennedy, 1987
Box 67
United States trade policy in Northeast Asia, undated
Box 67
United States and unification secondary, Korea, 1988-2007
Box 67
Who started the Korean war? A civil war, 1973-1996
Box 67
Women in North Korea, Laurel Kendall, 1988 Aug.
Box 67
Yellow Sea, 2000-2002 and undated
Box 67
Yellow Sea boundary, 1977, 1994-2003 and undated
Box 67
Yellow Sea and East China Sea notes, 2004-2005 and undated
Box 67
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA) talks, North Korea, 1963-1995
Box 68
Agricultural modernization, Geneva United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Nort Korea, 1998
Box 68
Agriculture, North Korea, 1993-2008 and undated
Box 68
Air balance, North Korea, 1986-2000
Box 68
Amphetamines and arms trade, North Korea, 2003
Box 68
Army and base power, North Korea, 1997
Box 68
Articles for North Korea trip, 2009
Box 68
Bonn prime speech, North Korea, 2005 and undated
Box 68
Book introduction prime, North Korea - George Bernard Shaw story, "mouse that roared" software, 1999 and undated
Box 68
Booster phase option, North Korea, 1999-2000
Box 68
Changes in North Korea as revealed in the testimonies of Saetomins, Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU), 2008
Box 68
Children's tales, Pyongyang - A Tale of Two Generals, 1989 and A Winged Horse, 1989
Box 68
Central Intelligence Agency assessments on North Korea missile threat, 1998-2000
Box 68
Central Intelligence Agency and North Korea, undated
Box 68
Collapse secondary, North Korea, 1994-2008 and undated
Box 68
Compromise and arms control, North Korea, update 1994
Box 68
Constitutional changes, North Korea, 1998
Box 68
Conventional forces issue, North Korea, 2003 and undated
Box 68
Debt, North Korea, 1988-1997 and undated
Box 68
"Defense Policy of an Alienated State," Denny Roy, 1991-1998 and undated

North Korea.

Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea arms control start with Selig Harrison and Kim Il Sung, 1990-1991 and undated
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea briefing book, policy areas: multilateral talks, terrorism, 2004
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea contacts, 1998-2003 and undated
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea economy opening, 1986-1997
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea in 2002, including Bush, Axis of Evil
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea terrorism, 2008 and undated
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea trip, 1994 June
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea-United States relations and Untied States policy on North Korea, 1981-2008 and undated
(1 of 3)
Box 68
Democratic People's Republic of Korea-United States relations and United States policy on North Korea, 1981-2008 and undated
(2 of 3 folders)
Box 69
Detained journalists in Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 2009
Box 69
Development Cooperation reports, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 1992-1994
Box 69
Economic reforms, North Korea, 2004-2006
Box 69
Economic sanctions, North Korea, 2006
Box 69
Economy (general) and economic reforms, North Korea, 1985-2006 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 69
Food crisis and aid, North Korea, 1997-2005 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 70
Foreign trade, North Korea, 1992-1996 and undated
Box 70
General, North Korea, including Seligh S. Harrison pieces, 1999-2010 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 70
Glasek and Levy on financial sanctions, North Korea, 2007
Box 70
Hankyoreh, North Korea, 2010 and undated
Box 70
Helicopter incident (starts with United States Demilitarized Zone military contacts), 1994-1995
Box 70
Human rights, North Korea, 2001-2005 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 70
Hwang Jang-yop, 1992-1998
Box 70
Hwang Jang-yop on comparison between Kim Jung-il and Kim Il-sung, 1998 and undated
Box 70
Information technology revolution, North Korea, 2000
Box 71
Internal politics, North Korea, 1994-2009
Box 71
International politics, North Korea, Hawks versus Doves and Woolsey, 1988-2002
Box 71
News articles for North Korea visit, 2005 Apr. 9
Box 71
The North Korean Economy, Marcus Noland, 1996
Box 71
Japan-Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 1989-1999
Box 71
Kim Il-sung, 1989 and undated
Box 71
Kim Il-sung - Christian roots, 1989-1996
Box 71
Kim Il-sung's North Korea - declassified, undated
(2 folders)
Box 71
Kim Jong-il, 1994-2004 and undated
Box 71
Kim Jong-il changes in image, 2000
Box 71
Kim Jong-il and military, 2000 and undated
Box 71
Kim Jong Un, 2010
Box 71
Letters to Pyongyang, 1995-2000
Box 71
Marcus, George - correspondence regarding North Korea trip, 2008
Box 71
Military in economy, North Korea, 1983-1998
Box 71
Minimum conditions for humanitarian action in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 2001
Box 71
Missile launch, North Korea, 2006 July
Box 71
Money laundering, North Korea, 2003
Box 72
Muskgrove conference on North Korea, pre-reading, 2004 May 14-18
Box 72
Muskgrove meeting, 2004 Nov. 4
Box 72
Names and letters, 1995-2000
Box 72
New Democratic People's Republic of Korea constitution, 1998 and undated
Box 72
North Korea Human Rights Act and North Korea Freedom Act, 2003 and 2004
Box 72
North Korean missile launch and post-Supreme People's Assembly power reshuffle, 2009
Box 72
North Korea pieces, Selig S. Harrison, 2009 and undated
Box 72
North Korea power structure, undated
Box 72
North Korean press coverage with mentions of Selig Harrison, 2006-2009
Box 72
North Korean reforms and Heidi Brown, 2005
Box 72
North Korea sanctions - questions, 2005-2006 and undated
Box 72
North Korean scientific exchanges - Rick Stone, 2004
Box 72
North Korea trip, 2005
Box 72
Obama and North Korea, 2008-2009
Box 72
Ok, Li nam, 1997-1998 and undated
Box 72
Olympics, including Rungra Island visit and Kwangbok department store, 1987
Box 72
Oxford Analytica regarding North Korea, 2004 and undated
Box 72
Pamphlets, Pyongyang - new buildings of the Workers' Party Era, 1987, Pyongyang metro, 1980, Chang gwang-won health complex, 1981
Box 73
Population, North Korea, 1991-1997
Box 73
"Possible Areas of Cooperation with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea," binder, 2003
Box 73
Preemptive strike and forward defense, North Korea, 1994 and undated
Box 73
Prime United States officials, North Korea, 2003-2005 and undated
Box 73
Pyongyang, 1995-2004 and undated
Box 73
Pyongyang/Beijing trip, 2008-2009
Box 73
Pyongyang devastation (Korean War), 1991-1992 and undated
Box 73
Pyongyang trip, 1992, 1994 and 1998
Box 73
Rajin-sonbong, 1993-1996
Box 73
Recommendations, North Korea, 1992-2000
Box 73
Reform by stealth, North Korea, 1996-1999 and undated
Box 73
Research collaboration between Kim Chaek University of Technology and Syracuse University, 2003
Box 73
Restarting Yongbyon (North Korea nuclear plant), 2000-2002
Box 73
Russia-North Korea rapprochement, 1990-2003 and undated
Box 73
Scenario for absorption and post-collapse - will North Korea collapse? 1995-1998
Box 73
Shin Sang Ok, 1985-1986
Box 73
Selig S. Harrison role and visits to North, 1967-1987 and undated
Box 74
Senator Kerry on North Korea, 2004
Box 74
Spy planes, 2000-2001 and undated
Box 74
Tourism, 1990-1992 and undated
Box 74
Treasury, United States-North Koream 2005-2006
Box 74
United States companies with sanctions lifted, North Korea, 1995-1999
Box 74
United States economic engagement with Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 2009 Oct.
Box 74
United States escalation - new war plan, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 2003-2005
Box 74
United States Forces - Li-Hyung Chul, Kim Hyung University, 1999 and undated
Box 74
United States Korea task force contacts, including John Lewis, 2004-2005 and undated
Box 74
United States-North Korea contacts, 1999-2004
Box 74
United States-North Korea Hawks contacts, 1995-2004 and undated
Box 74
United States policy to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 1971-1999
Box 74
United States prisoners of war in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 1989 and undated
Box 74
United States sanctions policy on North Korea, 1988-2000
(2 folders)
Box 75
Vice Marshal to Myong Rok communique, United States-Korea, 2000
Box 75
Women and children in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 1965-1972 and undated
Box 75
Zylka, William (CIA mission to North Korea), 2000-2004
Box 75
2ID brigade deploying from Korea to Iraq, 2004
Box 76
Arms Control Association, 2002-2006
Box 76
Asian financial crisis and capital controls, 1997-1999 and undated
Box 76
Axis of Evil (Iraq, Iran, Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
Box 76
Bush policy, including Korea, 2000-2003
Box 76
China-AfPak, 2009-2010 and undated
Box 76
China-Kashmir, including Gilgit Baltistan, 2007-2010
Box 76
Cuba, Vietnam, North Korea, 2001-2003 and undated
Box 76
Democratic People's Republic of Korea-Pakistan
(2 folders)
Box 76
Democratic People's Republic of Korea - terrorism, 1987-1999
Box 76
European Union security and defense, 2000
Box 76
Falling dollar, 2004
Box 76
Foreign investment in North Korea, including by South Korea, 1993-1999 and undated
Box 76
General, inter-regional relations and other, 1994-2006 and undated
Box 76
Gilgit-Baltistan, 2009-2010 and undated
Box 77
Globalization general, undated
Box 77
Hankyoreh - United States economic collapse, 2003-2004
Box 77
India-China, 2006-2010
Box 77
Japan-India, 2004
Box 77
Joint Declaration by the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China (Beijing, China), 2002 Dec. 2
Box 77
Kosovo, 1999
Box 77
Missile threat to United States report, 1998
Box 77
Nationalism lecture, 1983 and undated
Box 77
North Atlatic Treaty Organization (NATO) first use, secondary, 1998
Box 77
North Korea-Libya, 2003-2006
Box 77
Nunn-Lugar model, 1995-2000
Box 77
National security - general, 2002-2005
Box 77
Obama and foreign affairs, 2008
Box 77
Public Relations Campaign for The Government of The Republic of Slovenia, Washington World Group, LTD, 1995-1997
Box 77
Russia and the Korean Peninsula, 2005-2008 and undated
Box 77
Security overview, 1992-1999
Box 77
United States dollar, 2004-2005
Box 77
United States foreign policy - general
Box 77
United States hegemony, 1968-2003
Box 77
United States in the wake of 9/11, 2002 and undated
Box 77
United States-Russia relations, 2004
Box 77
Wassenaar Arrangement, 1996
Box 77
World armament and disarmament, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) yearbooks, 1972-1997
Box 77

Contains files related to nuclear armament and disarmament, especially regarding negotiations to denuclearize the Korean peninsula, arms sales, sanctions, and other nuclear incidents in various regions. Also contains files related to various energy programs, sometimes nuclear but especially regarding oil and gas resources in Russia and Northeast Asia, and energy development programs and proposals in this region. Files are organized alphabetically by name. Some materials have been removed to the Professional Subseries.

Administrative, including regarding workshops, 2001-2004
Box 78
Asia letters, Department of Energy, 2001-2002 and undated
Box 78
Beijing meeting, 2001
Box 78
Beijing prime, 2001-2004
Box 78
Beijing trip, general, 2004
Box 78
Beijing workshop prime, 2003
Box 78
Building Nuclear Confidence in the Korean Peninsula, workshop proceedings, 2001 July 23-24
Box 78
Bush policy on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea nuclear program, 2007-2008
Box 78
Center - oil, 2001-2002
Box 78
China energy, 1982-2003
Box 78
China and Japan compete for Russian oil and gas, 2003-2004
Box 78
China nuclear, 2005 and undated
Box 78
China nuclear - size of arsenal, United States stop threatening, 2005-2006
Box 78
China nuclear spying flop, 1999
Box 78
China oil and gas reserves - East China and Yellow Sea, 2002-2004 and undated
Box 78
China-South Asia-Iraq, nuclear, 2004-2008 and undated
Box 78
Democratic People's Republic of Korea energy, 1996-2005 and undated
Box 78
Democratic People's Republic of Korea energy needs, 2001-2009 and undated
Box 78
Democratic People's Republic of Korea nuclear - general, 2000-2010 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 79
Democratic People's Republic of Korea nuclear capability, 2002
Box 79
Democratic People's Republic of Korea nuclear testing, 2006-2009 and undated
Box 79
Democratic People's Republic of Korea oil, 1994-2001 and undated
Box 79
Democratic People's Republic of Korea-United States Agreed Framework, 1999-2004
Box 79
Department of Energy, 2001-2006
Box 79
Department of Energy report and administrative records ("Toward Oil and Gas Cooperation in Northeast Asia"), 2003
Box 80
Did North Korea sell UF6 to Libya? 2005
Box 80
Disarmament Forum II, India and Pakistan: Peace by Peace, 2004
Box 80
East China Sea, 2007-2009
Box 80
East China seabed workshop and China oil contacts, 2003-2006
Box 80
East China Sea, including maps, 1977-1996
Box 80
Energy Aid for North Korea: Fossil Fuel Options and Denuclearization, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Korea Energy Economics Institute, 2007 June
Box 80
Energy cooperation in Northeast Asia - proposal, 1998-2002
(3 folders)
Box 80
Energy in Northeast Asia - reference general, 1993-1998
Box 80
Energy pending, 2001
Box 80
Expansion of seabed for report, 2002
Box 80
First use - Japan and North Korea, 2009-2010
Box 81
Five Proposals for the Establishment of a Northeast Asian Development Banks, 2002 Nov.
Box 81
"Forgotten bargain" and contacts, 2000-2007 and undated
Box 81
Funding, 2001-2002
Box 81
Future of nuclear issue, Korea and South America, 1991-1995
Box 81
"Gas Pipelines and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis," Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, 2003
Box 81
High enrichment uranium (HEU), bulk North Korea and Pakistan, 1983-2007 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 81
High enrichment uranium (HEU)follow up prime, 2004-2005
Box 81
High enrichment uranium (HEU) update - Siegfried Hecker, 2004-2007
Box 81
History of nuclear issue, Korea, 1991-1997
Box 81
How to delegitimize first use, 2005-2006 and undated
Box 81
India - list of nuclear facilities, 1998-2006
Box 81
India - nuclear, 1999-2007 and undated
Box 81
India - nuclear/energy, 1966, 1998-2006 and undated
(4 folders)
Box 82
India-United States nuclear missile, including Hyde Act, 2008
Box 82
Iran - nuclear, 1994, 2001-2008
(1 of 2)
Box 82
Iran - nuclear, 1994, 2001-2008
(2 of 2)
Box 83
International dissatisfaction with United States regarding Article 6, 2005-2006
Box 83
Japan energy, 1994-2003 and undated
Box 83
Japan - nuclear, 2003-2011 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 83
Japan - reference, 2003-2004
Box 83
Japan-United States nuclear alliance, 1997-2010
Box 83
Japan uranium enrichment, 2006
Box 83
Korea Energy Economics Institute co-sponsorship of pipeline workshop, 2009
Box 83
Khan, A.Q., 1990, 2001-2009 and undated
Box 83
Korea oil names, 2001 and undated
Box 83
Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO) and light water reactors (LWRs), 2005 and undated
Box 84
Korean Peninsula - nuclear, 1992 and undated
Box 84
KoRus pipelines, 2003 and undated
Box 84
Law of Sea, Choon-Ho Park ("reference checked March 25, 2004"), 1975 and undated
Box 84
Letter to Scott and Price, 2001-2003
Box 84
London Review - nuclear posture piece, 2006-2010
Box 84
Meijer, Hans - HS International Trading BV (HS), 2001-2002
Box 84
Middle East nuclear free zone, 2006
Box 84
Miscellaneous notes and contacts
Box 84
Moscow (Korea oil and gas substantive), 2004 Oct. 21
Box 84
Moscow trip, 2001
Box 84
National Academy of Sciences on subcritical testing, 2006
Box 84
Non-proliferation Bush speech and United States nuclear double standard, 2004
Box 84
Non-proliferation - general, 2005-2006
Box 84
Non-proliferation treaty (NPT) in prespective - what countries have given up and why, e.g. South Africa; why countries joined the NPT, 2006 and undated
Box 84
Northeast Asia nuclear free zone, 1992-2006 and undated
Box 84
North Korea nuclear restart, including Yongbyon, 2009-2010 and undated
Box 84
"The North Korean Nuclear Crisis and United States-North Korean Relations" prepared for conference on "The Second Bush Administration and the Korean Peninsula," 2005 Mar. 30-Apr. 1
Box 84
Nuclear alters strategy and balance, 1976-1999
Box 84
Nuclear forces - China, India, France, Britain, and the United States, 2005
Box 84
Nuclear free zones, 2004-2006
Box 84
Nuclear - general, 2001-2005 and undated
Box 85
Nuclear, including Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO), 1995-2000 and undated
Box 85
"The Nuclear Issue and North Korea's Integration," prepared for "Korean Peninsula Peace Forum," 2004
Box 85
Nuclear - Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Iran, 2003-2004
Box 85
Nuclear reductions proposal, 1994-2008 and undated
Box 85
Nuclear umbrella, Korea, 1988-1994 and undated
Box 85
Obama nuclear posture, 2010 and undated
Box 85
Paik, Keun-Wock, 1999-2001 and undated
Box 85
Pakistan-North Korea high enrichment uranium (HEU), 2002-2005
Box 85
Panel discussions: "Confrontation or Engagement?: The Case of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea," 2005 and undated
Box 85
Pipelines and faultlines conference, 2003 Oct. 21-23
Box 85
Proliferation - United States policy, 1988-2006 and undated
Box 85
Proliferation/weapons of mass destruction, undated
Box 85
"The Prospects for Energy Efficiency Improvements in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea: Evaluating and Exploring the Options," 1995 Oct.
Box 85
Regional energy cooperation in Northeast Asia workshop, 2005
Box 85
Republic of Korea gas needs, including Shell and liquefied natural gas (LNG), 2000 undated
Box 85
Republic of Korea nuclear, 2003-2010 and undated
Box 85
Russia, 2001-2006 and undated
Box 86
Russia-China - pipelines speech, 2003-2004
Box 86
"Russian Gas, Oil and Electricity and the Energy Future of the Korean Peninsula" workshop, 2009-2010
Box 86
Russia gas reference, 2002-2003 and undated
Box 86
Russia nuclear role (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), 1998-2004
Box 86
Russia upgrades nuclear weapons, 2006
Box 86
Seabed, especially Sino-Japan, 2005 and undated
Box 86
Selig S. Harrison report - requests for revisions of East China Sea workshop papers, 2004 and undated
Box 86
Seoul workshop on North Korea nuclear and energy, 2005-2006
Box 86
Seoul workshop and news (energy), 2006 Sep. 12-14
Box 86
Sibera - Pacific Ocean oil, 2005-2007 and undated
Box 86
Six Party talks, 2003-2007 and undated
Box 86
Six Party talks - United States offer, 2004
Box 87
Southeast Asia nuclear free zones, 1995-2006 and undated
Box 87
South Korea seabed, 1971 and undated
Box 87
South Korea's sea resources, 2001 and undated
Box 87
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), 2009 and undated
Box 87
Taiwan-Democratic People's Republic of Korea nuclear waste, 1995-1997
Box 87
Test ban and fissile cut off, undated
Box 87
Tokyo energy, 2001 and undated
Box 87
"Towards a World Free of Nuclear Weapons" India conference, 2008 and undated
Box 87
Tri-lateral/Beijing talks, 1997-2005 and undated
Box 87
United Nations Resolution 1874 (full-text), 2009
Box 87
United States-Japan Foundation, 2000
Box 87
United States nuclear doctrine, 2005
Box 87
United States nuclear policy and strategy, 1999-2004 and undated
Box 87
United States - size of nuclear arsenals, 2006
Box 87
United States upgrades nuclear arsenal, 2005-2006
Box 87
Uranium prime, North Korea, 2003-2009 and undated
Box 87
Wilson Center, 1997-2002 and undated
Box 87
Workshop papers, 2003-2004
Box 87
Workshop report notes, undated
Box 87
Yellow Sea workshop, 2003-2004
Box 87

Contains correspondence and other documentation regarding Harrison's submissions and publications with various media outlets, including his source material, speeches delivered at workshops and other events on various subjects, documentation of the organization and attendance of professional workshops, published pieces, and other general professional records related to the Center for International Policy, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Century Foundation. Files are organized alphabetically by name. More speeches and manuscripts can be found in the Geographic and Nuclear and Energy subseries.

ABC regarding Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 2003-2007 and undated
Box 88
Asia speeches, undated
Box 88
BBC and World News regarding Korea, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1995-2010 and undated
Box 88
Boston Globe regarding Pakistan, etc., 2003, 2007
Box 88
CBC regarding Korean Peninsula, 1993-2005 and undated
Box 88
CBS - Peter Klein regarding North Korea and Syria, 2006-2007
Box 88
Center for International Policy Asia Program/general, 2002
Box 88
Center for International Policy - emails to task force on media impact, 2002-2003
Box 88
Center for International Policy - proposals, grants and awards, 2002-2003
Box 88
China-Taiwan-United States speech, undated
Box 88
Columbus speech, North Korea, undated
Box 88
Correspondence - "Jed," 1942-1943 and undated
Box 88
Correspondence - miscellaneous, 1999-2010
Box 88
D.C. articles, 2007-2008
Box 88
Expense account workshop records, 2006
Box 88
Financial Times regarding North Korea Uranium, China, Pakistan, India and Kashmir, 2002-2007 and undated
Box 88
Foreign Affairs regarding North Korea, India and Iran, 2000-2006
Box 88
Foreign Exchange regarding North Korea, 2006-2007
Box 88
Globalization speech, undated
Box 88
Gloucester speech on North Korea nuclear and Al Queda, undated
Box 88
Hankyoreh articles, 1999-2001 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 88
Hankyoreh Future, 2003-2004
Box 88
Hankyoreh - Korea angle, undated
Box 88
Hankyoreh - past articles, 1997-1998 and undated
Box 89
Hankyoreh - past articles, 2001-2005 and undated
Box 89
Hankyoreh - past articles, 2003-2004 and undated
Box 89
Hanyoreh - Port Nou and impact on foreign policy, 2006
Box 89
Herald Tribune, 1999-2009 and undated
Box 89
Japan speeches, undated
Box 89
Jimmy Carter, 2002 and undated
Box 89
Knollwood Military Retirement Residence speech (Afghanistan, Pakistan and Balochistan), undated
Box 89
Korea speech, undated
Box 89
Korean Peninsula Peace Forum speech, 2006 Nov. 30
Box 89
Los Angelas Times regarding Pakistan, 2000-2006
Box 89
Le Monde Diplomatique - Alain Gresh regarding Iran, Pakistan, North Korea, etc., 2000-2010 and undated
Box 89
Media - miscellaneous, undated

Includes Foreign Service Journal, Al Jazeera, Charlie Rose, FOX, Time, C-Span, Democracy Now, etc.

Box 89
Miscellaneous speeches, undated
Box 89
The Nation regarding North Korea, 2004
Box 89
National Public Radio (NPR)and Free Speech Radio regarding Pakistan and Korea, 1994-2010
Box 89
News Hour regarding Pakistan, Kashmir, etc., 1999-2007
Box 89
Newsweek regarding North Korea, Bangladesh, India-Pakistan and Afghanistan debate, 2004-2009
Box 89
New York Times regarding North Korea, Japan, and India-United States nuclear, 1995-2010 and undated
Box 89
New York Times Syndicate regarding Pakistan-Iran, 2003-2008 and undated
Box 89
Northeast Asia speeches, 2001-2007 and undated
Box 90
North Korean nuclear weapons program short speech, undated
Box 90
"North Korean Perceptions of the United States: 'Hawks,' 'Doves' and the Normalization of Relations," 2005 Oct. 21-22
Box 90
"Nuclear Turning Point: Does the Quest for U.S. Nuclear Dominance Undermine Non-Proliferation?" remarks, 2006 May 8
Box 90
Other miscellaneous, 1998-2005 and undated
Box 90
Pakistan, Afghanistan and India speeches, undated
Box 90
Politico, 2004-2010 and undated
Box 90
Possible pieces, including Kangan, Russia and Georgia, 2008 and undated
Box 90
Press conference regarding Pakistan, 2005-2009
Box 90
Princeton speech, undated
Box 90
Professional - miscellaneous, 2001-2003
Box 90
"Regional Energy Cooperation and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis," 2004 June 22-25
Box 90
"Report on North Korea," Johns Hopkins University, 2006 Sep. 28
Box 90
R.K. Narayanan tribute, undated
Box 90
San Francisco speech regarding Democratic People's Republic of Korea nuclear, 2008
Box 90
San Francisco speech secondary regarding North Korea and United States nuclear policy, 2002-2003
Box 90
Speeches - Korea, undated
Box 90
Speeches - North Korea-China, undated
Box 90
Speeches prime, undated
Box 90
Speech - Seoul, June 23
Box 90
"Taiwan and the World in the 21st Century," 1991 Aug. 22-23
Box 90
To the Point regarding Pakistan and Korea, 2006-2009
Box 91
United States-India Agreement speech, undated
Box 91
United States Institute of Peace fellowship application - China, Japan, Korean Peninsula, cooperative development of seabed resources, 1998-1999
Box 91
USA Today regarding North Korea and Pakistan, 2002-2010
Box 91
Wall Street Journal regarding North Korea and Bangladesh, 2005-2009
Box 91
Washington Post/Outlook regarding Iran, Pakistan, Balochistan, North Korea, India, etc., 2000-2009
Box 91
Washington Times, 2001-2002 and undated
Box 91
World Policy Journal, 2002
Box 91

Contains discs, diskettes and audio cassettes removed from the Geographic, Nucelar and Energy, and Professional subseries. Materials are organized alphabetically by name.

[[Access to electronic records is restricted. Please contact a reference archivist before coming to use this subseries.]

Afghanistan disk, open "index.html" first, undated

This is a small website on disk. Will open in any browser.

(1 diskette)
Box 92
Article 1 in plain, 2002 Oct.
(1 diskette)
Box 92
Article 1 in bold, 2002 Oct.
(2 diskettes)
Box 92
Article 4 in plain, 2002 Oct.
(1 diskette)
Box 92
Article, 2002 Oct.
(2 diskettes)
Box 92
Balochistan and North Korea, 2004 May 8
(3 tapes)
Box 92
Balochistan and North Korea, Brojerdi, undated
(1 tape)
Box 92
Balochistan and North Korea, Center for International Policy meeting, Stein Room, 2-4:30pm, 2003 Feb. 25
(1 tape)
Box 92
Balochistan and North Korea, Mottaki's speech, undated
(1 tape)
Box 92
Balochistan and North Korea task force meeting, 2003 Jan. 9
(4 tapes)
Box 92
Balochistan and North Korea - Shariatma dari speech, undated
(1 tape)
Box 92
Beyond Top Secret: Iran, The History Channel, Friday Nov. 2, 8pm; Saturday Nov. 3, 12pm; Monday Nov. 5, 11pm; Tuesday Nov. 6, 3am
(1 disc)
Box 92
Current History (Asia oil), 2002 Sep.
(1 diskette)
Box 92
Event in Saul room, tape 4, 2004
(1 tape)
Box 92
Hankyoreh past, undated
(1 diskette)
Box 92
India-Pakistan trade, undated
(1 disc)
Box 92
Korea research prime - Joschka Fisher interviews - Spiegel, Sueddeutsche (translations), Word Perfect 6, undated
(1 diskette)
Box 92
Masoud Khodabndeh, Press TV News Analysis, undated
(1 disc)
Box 92
MKO cult of the chameleon, Aljazeera Channel, 2007 Oct. 17
(1 disc)
Box 92
North Korea agriculture - "NKTRADE.WK3," Dyck, United States Department of Agriculture, undated
(1 diskette)
Box 92

Historical Note

The Center for International Policy (CIP), a non-governmental non-profit organization, was founded in 1975 primarily in response to the Vietnam War, and is currently (2007) based in Washington D.C. Its mission is to reform the activities of United States foreign and military policies in support of human rights in all countries. The records housed at Duke correspond to three important CIP associates: Robert White, Adam Issacson and Selig Harrison. Robert White was hired as president of the Center for International Policy (CIP) in 1989. Prior to that, White spent twenty-five years in the Foreign Service, specializing in Latin American affairs with a particular emphasis on Central America. Among the posts he held were Latin America Director of the Peace Corps, Deputy Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States, Ambassador to Paraguay and to El Salvador. After retiring from the Foreign Service in 1981, White served as a Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Since joining the CIP as its president, he has presided at conferences and led delegations to several Latin American and Caribbean countries, published numerous studies of U.S. policy toward the region, and led an ongoing effort to reform U.S. intelligence agencies. The CIP's Programs Director, Adam Isacson, was hired as program director for the Colombia and Demilitarization of Latin American program in 1995. Prior to that he worked for the Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress in San José, Costa Rica. Mr. Isacson has worked on Latin American security issues, particularly U.S. policy toward Central America and Colombia. He has been to Colombia more than twenty-five times and visited thirteen of the country’s thirty-two departments. The CIP's director of the Asia Project, Selig Harrison, is a senior scholar of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and director of the Century Foundation's Program on the United States and the Future of Korea. He has specialized in South Asia and East Asia for fifty years as a journalist and scholar, including as a South Asia correspondent of the Associated Press. Selig Harrison became one of the first Americans to visit North Korea since the Korean War and to interview Kim Il Sung in 1972.

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For additional primary source materials, researchers may wish to consult other human rights collections in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Center for International Policy Records, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The Center for International Policy Records were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in 2005.

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Processed by Loren Crippin, May 2007

Encoded by Loren Crippin and Paula Jeannet Mangiafico, June 2007

Encoded by Clare Callahan, July 2011

Accessions 2005-121 and 2012-0074 are described in this finding aid.

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