The Challenge From North Korea. Fostering Regional Security and Nonproliferation

A nuclear-armed North Korea is a threat to the fragile strategic equilibrium on the Korean Peninsula and to international security at large. Emboldened by a nuclear arsenal, the highly militarized regime of President Kim Jong-un could be tempted to embark on aggressive acts. Meanwhile, the United States could opt for preventive military action.

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in CoC Global Governance Working Papers, 29 November 2017
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The Challenge
North Korea’s Objectives

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