Northeast Asia’s Nuclear ChallengesSu Hoon Lee, editor
|2013/229 pages/LC: 2012554631|
Explorations in Korean Studies
Distributed for the Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University
An array of challenges threaten the peace and security of Northeast Asia, not least how to contain a nuclear North Korea and ensure the safety of the region’s nuclear power structure. Addressing multiple dimensions of these crucial issues, the authors of Northeast Asia's Nuclear Challenges highlight the cooperative approaches needed not only among the primary actors—China, the two Koreas, Russia, and the United States—but throughout the international community.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Su Hoon Lee is director of the Institute for Far Eastern Studies at Kyungnam University.
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