Denuclearization case studies vs. an arms control approach in dealing with the DPRK proliferation threat

The US (and others) have failed for years to effectively either assure nK of their safety or in the alternative dissuade nK from their weapons program, all the while the West has treated NNWS differently when they have proliferated.  nK’s program has been destabilizing for the region, and has turned into a quagmire of hypocrisy and double standards, leaving the region ever increasingly volatile.

 

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