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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Sung Chull Kim
North Korea says it wants to deal, but even the Chinese are no longer confident that the nuclear crisis can be resolved diplomatically. Does any basis remain for engagement? Yes, reply the contributors to "Engagement With North Korea."
For most of the past decade, South Korea engaged in the "Sunshine policy," in which economic engagement, Sung Chull Kim writes, "was intended to buy peace, that is, to use economic tools for achieving security objectives."