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1 US-DPRK NEXT STEPS WORKSHOP January 27, 2003 Washington DC MIA Joint Recovery Ashton Ormes Please send comments to Author at: Co-Sponsors Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability ph contact: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace ph Contact:

2 The Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability wishes to thank the following donors for their support of this conference: The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation The Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund The Ford Foundation Ploughshares Fund The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace wishes to extend its thanks for the support of this conference to the following organizations: The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York The Ford Foundation The Prospect Hill Foundation Ploughshares Fund New Land Foundation

3 About Nautilus Nautilus Institute is a private, non-profit organization that seeks solutions to global problems. Nautilus’ mission is to apply and refine the strategic tools of cooperative engagement in order to build global security and sustainability. Nautilus undertakes initiatives with specific outcomes that prefigure a global solution to global problems, over a 1-3 year horizon. Nautilus produces the Northeast Asian Peace and Security Network Daily Report and conducts a policy forum and provides special reports on nuclear security issue in East Asia, especially in Korea. Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability 125 University Ave. Berkeley, CA USA tel: fax: Workshop contact: Nancy Park, tel:

4 About Carnegie The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation among nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. The Non-Proliferation Project The Non-Proliferation Project is an internationally recognized source of information and analysis on efforts to curb the spread of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and missile delivery systems. Through publications, conferences, and the Internet, the project promotes greater public awareness of these security issues and encourages effective policies to address weapons proliferation and its underlying causes. The Carnegie Moscow Center's Non- Proliferation Project provides a unique forum for these issues in Russia. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC tel: fax: Workshop contact: Miriam Rajkumar

5 US-DPRK NEXT STEPS WORKSHOP January 27, 2003 Washington DC Session 4 – Access & Information in the DPRK, What Works, What Fails MIA Joint Recovery Ashton Ormes

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7 Estimated numbers of remains are in parenthesis Apex (270) Camp 5 (322) Hungnam Cemetery (49) Koto ri Cemetery (30) Pyongyang Cemetery (185) Suan Camps (220) Death Valley Camp (233) Sinhung (100) Twiggae (244) Yudamni (199) Unsan (285) Kuryong (176) Kujang (276) Kunuri (404) - Valley #1 Camp (41) DM Z (89) Chosin Reservoir Area (1,079) Unsan/Chongchon Area (1,559) POW Camp Burial Sites (1,200) Estimate of Remains of American Servicemen in North Korea

8 Battle of Unsan & Chongchon River Unsan County Changjin County North Korea January 2002 Negotiations –No Agreement Reached June 2002 Negotiations –Agreement Reached for 2002 Three Operations: –First JRO: Jul 20-Aug 20 –Second JRO: Aug 24–Sep 24 –Third JRO: Sep 28–Oct 29 Areas of Operations: –Unsan & Changjin Counties

9 * Total includes 208 remains unilaterally returned by North Korea between Field Operations in Korea North Korea CY 2002 JRO Results 1st JRO –Completed Aug 20 –Area of Operations: Unsan County & Chosin Reservoir –Remains Recovered: 7 2nd JRO –Completed Sep 24 –Area of Operations: Same –Remains Recovered: 8 3rd JRO –Completed Oct 29 –Area of Operations: Same –Remains Recovered: 11 Total Remains Recovered to date: 386*

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14 Standards of Information and Access

15 Types of Access and Information Sought in DPRK

16 Estimated numbers of remains are in parenthesis Apex (270) Camp 5 (322) Hungnam Cemetery (49) Koto ri Cemetery (30) Pyongyang Cemetery (185) Suan Camps (220) Death Valley Camp (233) Sinhung (100) Twiggae (244) Yudamni (199) Unsan (285) Kuryong (176) Kujang (276) Kunuri (404) - Valley #1 Camp (41) DM Z (89) Chosin Reservoir Area (1,079) Unsan/Chongchon Area (1,559) POW Camp Burial Sites (1,200) Estimate of Remains of American Servicemen in North Korea

17 Transactions Over Time

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19 CONCLUSIONS Know What You Want Know Your DPRK Interlocutors Be Persistent and Consistent

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