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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
88SEOUL30391988-03-16 23:14:00Embassy SeoulSECRETREPUBLIC OF KOREA: 1987 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
88SEOUL30401988-03-16 23:20:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDREPUBLIC OF KOREA: 1987 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
92SEOUL43751992-04-23 08:56:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALKIM IL SUNG'S BIRTHDAY AND NEW TITLES FOR FATHER AND SON: THOUGHTS IN THE SOUTHNo
92SEOUL121111992-11-17 06:15:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDSOUTH KOREA: 1992 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
92SEOUL127201992-12-04 05:49:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDSOUTH KOREA: 1992 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
93SEOUL28851993-03-25 09:15:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALDPRK ANNOUNCES END OF "SEMI-WAR" STATENo
94SEOUL81391994-09-28 05:37:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALDPRK LEADERSHIP - CHOSEN SOREN REPORTSNo
94SEOUL98741994-12-02 07:08:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALSOUTH KOREA: 1994 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
98SEOUL70191998-12-11 07:47:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDREPUBLIC OF KOREA: 1998 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
03SEOUL56532003-11-28 01:27:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDANNUAL TERRORISM REPORT FOR KOREANo
06SEOUL762006-01-06 09:19:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYROK SCHOLARS BELIEVE DPRK "CLAMPING DOWN" IN ANTICIPATION OF STRONGER U.S. MEASURES IN 2006No
06SEOUL1022006-01-09 09:04:00Embassy SeoulSECRETTHE ROK'S NEW MINISTER OF UNIFICATION: LEE JONG-SEOK MOVES TO CENTER STAGENo
06SEOUL1172006-01-10 08:12:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALSENATOR MURKOWSKI'S MEETING WITH UNIFICATION VICE MINISTER RHEENo
06SEOUL1552006-01-12 08:27:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROK STUDYING USG NORTH KOREAN REFUGEE STRATEGYNo
06SEOUL1822006-01-13 09:17:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROK STRONGLY SUPPORTIVE OF U.S. POSITION ON IRAN'S NUCLEAR PROGRAMNo
06SEOUL1832006-01-13 09:26:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROK SUPPORTIVE OF UN REFORMNo
06SEOUL2722006-01-23 08:28:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALMOFAT OFFICIALS UPBEAT ON CURRENT ROK-PRC RELATIONSNo
06SEOUL3272006-01-27 05:59:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROKG PRESS FOR UPGRADE IN STATUS IN FOREIGN MILITARY SALESNo
06SEOUL3682006-02-01 08:12:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALJANUARY 30 P5+2 POINTS CONVEYEDNo
06SEOUL3932006-02-03 07:46:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROK CHIEF SECRETARY SONG REITERATES ROK SUPPORT ON IRANNo
06SEOUL3942006-02-03 08:47:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALTRAVELING GNP LAWMAKERS SEEK TO REAFFIRM US TIESNo
06SEOUL3982006-02-05 22:45:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDMAJOR ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS, POLICIES, AND REGULATORY SYSTEMS IN KOREANo
06SEOUL4102006-02-06 08:20:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED2005/2006 REPORT TO CONGRESS ON ROK CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMON DEFENSENo
06SEOUL4232006-02-07 06:35:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALDPRK ECONOMY: CHINESE EXPERTS FORESEE ECONOMICNo
06SEOUL4252006-02-07 07:00:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALWHAT IS GOING ON WITH NORTH KOREAN ECONOMIC POLICY? -- SOUTH KOREA'S EVOLVING CONVENTIONAL WISDOMNo
06SEOUL4322006-02-07 08:40:00Embassy SeoulSECRETDEMARCHE ON RESTRICTING VENEZUELA'S ACCESS TO ARMS DELIVERED TO ROKGNo
06SEOUL4342006-02-07 09:16:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALLEE JONG-SEOK HEARING OCCASIONS REHASH OF "STRATEGIC FLEXIBILITY"No
06SEOUL4452006-02-08 07:55:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALDEFEATING VENEZUELA IN THE 2006 UNSC ELECTION: ROKG VIEWSNo
06SEOUL4482006-02-08 08:18:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIEDPOINTS DELIVERED TO ROK ON IAEA DECISION ON IRANNo
06SEOUL4492006-02-08 08:19:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYKOREA'S FREE TRADE AGREEMENT WITH ASEANNo
06SEOUL4502006-02-08 08:35:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALKOREAN OBJECTIVES FOR APEC 2006No
06SEOUL4712006-02-10 01:07:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROK EXPRESSES CONCERNS ABOUT USG REFUGEE STRATEGYNo
06SEOUL4742006-02-10 05:39:00Embassy SeoulSECRETUPDATE ON RESTRICTING ROK ARMS SALES TO VENEZUELANo
06SEOUL4912006-02-13 22:43:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYKOREA LAUNCHES SPECIAL TRADE NEGOTIATIONS WITH INDIA AND MEXICONo
06SEOUL4982006-02-14 05:02:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYFORMER KIM IL SUNG UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR SAYS DISCONTENT EXISTS AMONG ALL NORTH KOREANSNo
06SEOUL5022006-02-14 06:24:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYKOREA MOVING SLOWLY TO RATIFY UNESCO CULTURAL DIVERSITY CONVENTION: SOME MINISTRIES OPPOSE PACTNo
06SEOUL5042006-02-14 07:37:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALCABINET HEARINGS END WITH A WHIMPERNo
06SEOUL5072006-02-14 08:29:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYLABOR SNAPSHOT: THE PLAYERSNo
06SEOUL5092006-02-14 08:42:00Embassy SeoulCONFIDENTIALROK FOREIGN MINISTER THROWS HAT INTO UNSYG RINGNo
06SEOUL5102006-02-14 08:46:00Embassy SeoulUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYINDIAN PRESIDENT'S VISIT FOCUSED ON ECONOMICSNo

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