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North Korea Inside Out | Asia Society
www.asiasociety.com, 22 Oct 2009 [cached]
The North Korea Inside Out: The Case for Economic Engagement Task Force was co-chaired by Charles Kartman and Susan Shirk and directed by John Delury.
, as Director of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization
(KEDO), oversaw the largest international effort at direct engagement with North Korea.
KEDO: Promoting Peace and Stability on the Korean Peninsula and Beyond
www.kedo.org, 5 June 2002 [cached]
KEDO's Executive Director, Mr. Charles Kartman, and the DPRK's Director General of the General Bureau for the LWR project, Mr. Kim Hui Mun, will participate in a ceremony to commemorate initiation of the KEDO-developed training program.
GDR Newletters past
www.gdr.org, $reference.date [cached]
U.S. Ambassador Charles Kartman will lead a delegation of U.S. officials from about a dozen agencies for the talks in Pyongyang, which will begin on Monday and end on Wednesday.
The project was led in part ...
www.spacewar.com, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
The project was led in part by Charles Kartman, a former top US diplomat for East Asia who headed the Korean Peninsula Economic Development Organization, set up to implement a 1994 denuclearization pact that has since collapsed.
U.S. head of N. Korea nuclear consortium let go - Yahoo! News
story.news.yahoo.com, 25 May 2005 [cached]
The executive director, Charles Kartman, a former U.S. negotiator with the North, has been a strong proponent of discussions with the isolated communist state and has long been viewed with suspicion by key members of the Bush administration.
" /> European Union
, has asked Kartman
to stay on for three months while a successor is chosen.
The board "expressed its gratitude for Ambassador Kartman's willingness to stay on during a transition period," one KEDO source said.Kartman
could not be reached for comment.
"They have had difficulty killing it outright and too much resistance from the (U.S.) allies, so now they are killing it softly" by forcing Kartman
out of KEDO, one Kartman partisan said.
...Kartman, a 26-year career U.S. diplomat with a specialty in East Asia, joined KEDO as executive director in May 2001.Prior to that he was U.S. special envoy for the Korean peace talks and concurrently served as U.S. representative to and chairman of KEDO's executive board, until retiring from the State Department in April 2001.
...Reuters Photo: Executive director of the Korean Energy Development Organisation (KEDO) Charles Kartman talks to South Korean ...