Kent Michael Harrington
Analyst, Journalist, Author and National Security Affairs Expert
"What You See Is What You Get, and More.” Business in Savannah, Op Ed Page, June 13, 2012.
“Let’s Come Clean on LNG” (with Pam Miller). Savannah Morning News. Op Ed Page, February 19, 2011.
“North Korean Succession: More Trouble to Come.” Washington Times. Op Ed Page, December 6, 2010.
“Get Real On LNG Risks.” Savannah Morning News. Op Ed Page, November 24, 2010.
"For Business: Japanese Politics Matters." Myers MediaEnomics: Research for Investment Decisions, June 2001
“A Valuable Time-Out in Korea.” The Asian Wall Street Journal,Op Ed Page, March 29, 200
"Crisis Management: How to Apply Best Practices Before Your Company Faces a Crisis." Talisman Magazine, (in Japanese), Tokio Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Ltd., January 2001
“The United States and Japan: Advancing Toward a Mature Partnership.” (co-author), Special Report, Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS), National Defense University, October 11, 2000, Washington, DC
"Update on the US-Japan Alliance." (co-author), The Asian Wall Street Journal,Op Ed Page, July 18, 2000
"Neither Friend nor Foe: The Search for a Realistic China Policy." The New Democrat, July/August, 1999
"A Comprehensive Approach to North Korea." (co-author), Strategic Forum, Number 159, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University March 1999, Washington, DC
“30 Years in the Making: North Korea’s Nuclear Program.” Washington Post,Op Ed Page, September 3, 1998
“Picking a Public Relations Firm in Japan.” Monograph, Arnold International, May 1998, New York, New York.
"The US Deficit in Economic Intelligence." Los Angeles Times,Op Ed Page, January 19, 1998
"Japan has Lots of Woes—And Lots of Money to Solve Them." Washington Post, Outlook Section, November 30, 1997
“Reforming Intelligence.” (co-author), Washington Times,Op Ed, September 4, 1994
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