AUTHORO'Hanlon, Michael E. / Mochizuki, Mike
TITLECrisis on the Korean Peninsula: How to Deal with a Nuclear North Korea
PUBLISHERMcGraw-Hill Publishing Company
CITYNew York, NY

This book outlines a strategy for the United States in its dealings with North Korea (DPRK) that calls for negotiations with North Korea not only concerning its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, but also concerning reductions in conventional weapons. In return, the United States, China, Japan and South Korea would provide economic assistance to North Korea. The authors hope that by both reducing its army and receiving economic aid, North Korea would begin to recover economically and would also change its repressive domestic practices. The book provides an overview of the crisis between the United States and North Korea in late 2002. The authors also examine the military capabilities of North Korea, South Korea, and the United States. The text of the 1994 Agreed Framework between the United States and North Korea is provided in an appendix. Extensive notes are included in the book.

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