North Korea’s Nuclear Futures: Implications for Peace and Security
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The U.S.-Korea Institute will examine North Korea’s emergence as a small nuclear power and will assess how North Korea’s nuclear posture – its capabilities, doctrine, and strategy – may evolve in the future, the possible impact of Pyongyang’s behavior on the regional stage, the implications for international peace and security, and alternative U.S. policy responses.
Performer: U.S.-Korea Institute (USKI), Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), FY: 2014-2015
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