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Nuclear North Korea: Regional Dynamics, Failed Policies, and Ideas for Ending a Global Stalemate

Su Hoon Lee, editor
Nuclear North Korea: Regional Dynamics, Failed Policies, and Ideas for Ending a Global Stalemate
ISBN: 978-89-8421-335-7
$24.95
2012/227 pages
Explorations in Korean Studies
Distributed for the Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University

"An important and detailed contribution."—Terence Roehrig, International Affairs

DESCRIPTION

North Korea's development of weapons of mass destruction has not only affected regional security, but also caused considerable anxiety at the global level. The authors of Nuclear North Korea explore the whats, whys, and hows of the DPRK's nuclear program and offer fresh ideas on how to contain the country's nuclear ambitions.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Su Hoon Lee is director of the Institute for Far Eastern Studies at Kyungnam University.

CONTENTS

  • Introduction—S.H. Lee.
  • Bucks for the Bang: North Korea's Nuclear Program and Northeast Asian Military Spending—W.L. Huntley.
  • The Korea Nuclear Crisis and the Changing Sino-DPRK Relationship—J. Cai.
  • North Korean Strategies in the Asymmetric Nuclear Conflict with the United States—K-A. Park.
  • America's Failed North Korea Nuclear Policy—G.J. Moore.
  • North Korea's Nuclear Strategy and the Interface Between International and Domestic Politics—S.S. Kim.
  • Solving North Korea's Nuclear Crisis: From Mirror Image Effect of Hostility to Building Mutual Trust—K-S. Kim.
 
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