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Charles Kartman

Executive Director

KEDO

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KEDO

600 Third Ave. 12Th Floor

New York City, New York,10016

United States

Company Description

KEDO.org, the online home of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization...more

Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Chief of Mission

U.S. Embassy


Strong Advocate

North


Ambassador

Executive Director Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization


U.S. Ambassador

International Defense Technologies LLC


Deputy Director

State


Affiliations

East Asian

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State


China

Fellow


East Asia Affairs

Assistant Secretary of State


U.S. Department of State

Deputy Assistant Secretary


East Asian and Pacific Affairs

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary


Political Affairs

Special Assistant To the Under Secretary


State for North Asia

Deputy Assistant Secretary


Education

bachelor's degree

Knox College


master's degree

Georgetown University


Web References(199 Total References)


www.donaldgross.net

Continuing on a positive track, the first high-level, public diplomatic contact between the U.S. and North Korea occurred in early December when KEDO Executive Director Charles Kartman visited Pyongyang and then Seoul for consultations.
Dec. 1, 2001: On the arrival of KEDO Executive Director Charles Kartman, Pyongyang agrees to open a nuclear laboratory to international inspection.


www.acronym.org.uk

The Protocol was signed by Ambassador Charles Kartman, KEDO Executive Director, and Kim Hui Mun, Director General of the DPRK General Bureau for the LWR Project.
On December 17, twenty nuclear experts from North Korea arrived in South Korea for two weeks of training and education in preparation for operating the two reactors when they finally enter service. The visit was the first of a series scheduled to last through 2002, involving 290 North Korean experts. Speaking in Seoul to welcome the North Korean visitors, Ambassador Kartman told reporters on December 17 that the US-DPRK "dialogue must resume by early next year". He added, however, that "there's going to be a clearing of underbrush that will be necessary..."


www1.apan-info.net

North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan met with Charles Kartman, the former executive director of KEDO, the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization, in New York on Sunday.


www.transasianaxis.com [cached]

The former executive director of KEDO, Charles Kartman, a career U.S. diplomat who stepped down from running KEDO last year as it wound down, commented on the shutdown of the reactor-building project:"At some point, one hopes all these governments will take a thoughtful moment and figure out what lessons there are.If they can do that in time to make a difference for Iran, or even North Korea - that one can only hope," he said."These are pretty big questions about whether we can live a world in which nuclear energy is plentiful regardless of political systems," Kartman added."Regimes that trouble us are not being coaxed into a better position, but instead are being isolated and threatened.This may serve our short-term problem but it doesn't do anything or that long-term problem," Kartman said.


www.acronym.org.uk [cached]

KEDO's Executive Director, Ambassador Charles Kartman of the US, urged his audience, and perhaps also American sceptics of the deal: "Let's not forget that in 1994 the two sides were drifting in the direction of a bloody war".


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