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North Korean Nuclear Program: Implications for Regional Security
The nuclear crisis of Democratic People's Republic of Korea is difficult to be settle down in a peaceful way due to the negative effects of nuclear proliferation, unacceptable not only for the Northeast Asia but also for the international community. South Korea, United States of America, China, Japan, and Russia have clear different point of views on the resolution of North Korea’s nuclear matter. The expansion of nuclear weapons is directly becoming a high security risk in Northeast Asian region. Each state has different strategy how to tackle this issue and best policies that may cause change on Korean Peninsula. So, this research study gives the result that nuclear crisis of North Korea cannot be decided immediately under the mistrust and reservations. It will take a long duration, to overcome these deep-rooted reservations through talks, constancy and understanding. This study also highlights the strategies of South Korea (ROK), Japan, United States of America (USA) and China towards the crisis of North Korea’s nuclear weapons development program.
Dr. Zab Un Nisa
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Government Graduate College Samanabad, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
M. Phil. Political science, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Government College University, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Ghulam Mustafa
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Government College University, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
North Korea, Nuclear Program, Regional Security, Six Party Talk