[KS] articulating DPRK denuclearizing pathways
sjmi_y at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 20 07:09:23 EDT 2018
Dear Korea Studies readers,
Some of you will be well acquainted with the weekly digest of long-form thoughtful writing, Asia-Pacific Journal [at first Japan-centric, but now inclusive of wider contexts]. Today's list of articles includes one that seems especially timely. Whether for personal edification or professional interest and sharing, you may wish to have a look at the well articulated thinking and the clear lens offered to readers.
--from West Michigan,Guven Witteveen
Guven Peter Witteveen, anthroview at gmail.comwww.linkedin.com/in/anthroview
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Options for Denuclearising the Korean Peninsula by Morton H. Halperin, Peter Hayes and Leon V. Sigal
April 15, 2018 ---Volume 16 | Issue 8 | Number 4 --- https://apjjf.org/2018/08/Halperin.html
A critically important part of assembling the Korean peninsula-wide denuclearization jigsaw puzzle is the institutional and legal form of North Korean commitments on the one hand, and the nuclear negative security assurances by the NPT-Nuclear Weapons States (NWSs), especially the United States, on the other. Given the risk of mutual annihilation between the two Koreas as well as to third parties such as the United States, Japan, and China, finding a way to square this circle is urgent.
The Nautilus Institute has published a special report ‘A Korean nuclear weapons-free zone treaty and nuclear extended deterrence: options for denuclearising the Korean Peninsula, A Korean Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone Treaty and Nuclear Extended Deterence: Options for Denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula
This article summarizes the special report: (source article) https://nautilus.org/napsnet/napsnet-special-reports/a-korean-nuclear-weapons-free-zone-treaty-and-nuclear-extended-deterrence-options-for-denuclearizing-the-korean-peninsula/
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Koreanstudies