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Perspectives on U.S. Policy Toward North Korea

Sharon Richardson

Perspectives on U.S. Policy Toward North Korea

Stalemate or Checkmate

by Sharon Richardson

  • 320 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Lexington Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • Political Science,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • United States,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • North Korea,
  • USA,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • International Relations - Arms Control,
  • Political Freedom & Security - International Secur,
  • Political Science / International Relations / Diplomacy,
  • Foreign relations,
  • Korea (North)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7913638M
    ISBN 100739112600
    ISBN 109780739112601

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Perspectives on U.S. Policy Toward North Korea by Sharon Richardson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Career diplomats and Asia experts, including former Ambassador Christopher Hill, discuss the latest U.S. policy toward North Korea at an event hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. In the end, he offers several options to deal with North Korea in the future."―H-Net Reviews "Walter Clemens, an Associate at Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, offers a deep and thorough survey of how the past in North Korea has conditioned the present, and offers perspectives on future US policy toward by: 3.

In an intelligent and trenchant debate, the authors look at the implications of a nuclear North Korea for East Asia and U.S. homeland security, rigorously assessing historical and current U.S. policy, and provide a workable framework for constructive policy that should be followed by the United States, Japan, and South Korea if engagement fails.

Providing expert views on the impasse between the U.S. and North Korea, the volume addresses topics that include the negotiating strategies of the Clinton and Bush administrations, the concept of building bilateral relationships through contact of U.S.

and South Korean military officers, and the benefits of allowing China to take the lead Perspectives on U.S. Policy Toward North Korea book conflict : Maureen Diana Sasso. -James Lilley, U.S. Ambassador to South Korea, "This book offers many new insights into the opaque North Korean decision-making process and casts light on why North Korea may be seeking nuclear an policy makers who fail to learn from the lessons gained by reading "The North Korean Nuclear Program put both the United Format: Paperback.

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North Korea's foreign policy behavior has long intrigued scholars, puzzled laymen, frustrated negotiators, and aggravated policy-makers. This book brings together the work of ten of the world's foremost scholars on North Korea to critically analyze the key factors that are shaping North Korea's foreign policy behavior and its future direction.

Victor D. Cha and David C. Kang’s Nuclear North Korea was first published in amid the outbreak of a lasting crisis over the North Korean nuclear program. It promptly became a landmark of an ongoing debate in academic and policy circles about whether to engage or contain North Korea.

"Between Containment and Rollback is a model of outstanding historical research and argumentation. It is that rare work of scholarship that truly captures the contingency of events and circumstances leading to the division of Germany, as well as the different perspectives and motives which animated the United States and the Soviet Union.

On North Korea, Past Foreign Policy Fiascoes Show U.S. What Not to Do. Foreign policy disasters are often the sum of two basic errors: embracing exaggerated claims about the need to act, and inventing a conceptual magic wand to wish away potential consequences. Both are apparent in U.S.

policy toward North Korea's nuclear aspirations. An analysis of the policies of preemption and regime change as well as an examination of US policy options for dealing with each country in the "axis of evil." In JanuaryPresident George W.

Bush declared Iran, Iraq, and North Korea constituents of an "axis of evil." US strategy toward each of these countries has clearly varied since, yet similar issues and policy options have emerged. U.S.–North Korea Nuclear Negotiations: A Timeline. • North Korea joins the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) under Soviet pressure.

• President George H.W. Bush announces that the United States has removed all nuclear weapons from South Korea, a long-held North Korean demand to agree to denuclearize.

• North Korea and South Korea agree to denuclearize the. Russia, North Korea, and U.S. policy toward the nuclear crisis / James Clay Motz A technical history of Soviet-North Korean nuclear relations / Georgiy Kaurov Nuclear institutions and organizations in North Korea / Valery I.

Denisov. DPRK Briefing Book: Russian Policy on the North Korean Nuclear Crisis Clay Moltz, Associate Director, Center for Nonproliferation Studies, April As an occupying power after World War II, a close ally of neighboring North Korea for 45 years, and now a country enjoying good relations with both North and South Korea, Russia has significant.

This policy was at odds with U.S. President George W. Bush's policies toward North Korea, but it nevertheless resulted in more inter-Korea communication and. Experts analyze the changing perspectives and objectives of global powers China, Japan, Russia, India, and the European Union in a strategic landscape shaped by the Iraq War.

Although the United States is considered the world's only superpower, other major powers seek to strengthen the roles they play on the global stage. Because of the Iraq War and its repercussions, many countries have. 'North Korea has been one of the world's most enduring security challenges and understanding the motivations and actions of the Kim Jong-il regime is crucial to successfully managing relations with the North.

This book gathers some of the finest scholars on North Korea for an outstanding examination of North Korean foreign policy and its. Communist Politics in North Korea.

Praeger. Sung Chull Kim. North Korea Under Kim Jong Il: From Consolidation to Systemic Dissonance. SUNY Press.

Byung Chul Koh. The Foreign Policy of North Korea. Greenwood Publishing Group. Andrei Lankov. From Stalin to Kim Il Sung: The Formation of North Korea, Table of Contents. Introduction: Japan, the great powers, and the coordination of North Korea policy Linus Hagström and Marie Söderberg and the recurrent nuclear crisis Tsuneo Akaha rationales behind North Korean foreign policy Han S.

Park 's policy toward Pyongyang: Strategic culture and the negligibility of Japan Balbina Y. Hwang 4. In an intelligent and trenchant debate, the authors look at the implications of a nuclear North Korea for East Asia and U.S.

homeland security, rigorously assessing historical and current U.S. policy, and provide a workable framework for constructive policy that should be followed by the United States, Japan, and South Korea if engagement fails. Once acknowledged as a distinct foreign-policy objective, any U.S.

pursuit of victory over North Korea could spark a corrosive, lethal, escalatory dynamic with Pyongyang, one from which Washington could draw no military advantage.

Such self-inflicted injury could invite incremental retaliatory measures, or still worse, a sudden nuclear strike. At the same time, the Pakistani Army is a key U.S. interlocutor. This is due to the Army’s strong influence on Pakistani politics, and to its powerful role managing policy toward America.

According to the U.S. government’s calculus, Washington cannot afford not to work with such a powerful player in a nation critical to American interests. In a report published last January in 38 North, “Unpacking a US Decision to Use Force Against North Korea: Issues, Options, and Consequences,” Robert Jervis assesses the efficacy of using force against North Korea.

Jervis cautions against assuming that superior US military and economic capabilities guarantee success in denuclearizing the North.