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Online version of print publication SURVIVAL v.48 #4 (December 2006) : 97-109.
The threat of a nuclear weapons arms race in East Asia and the Middle East is real. Currently, there are three countries that will incite this race: North Korea, Iran and Turkey. President Trump attacked his former national security adviser John Bolton on Thursday, saying he should have fired Bolton for "stupidly" tanking negotiations with North Korea by Author: Steven Nelson. In May of , Terence Roehrig, the director of the Asia-Pacific Studies Group at the U.S. Naval War College, in Newport, Rhode Island, wrote a brief on the North Korean nuclear situation. As a result a shift in strategy is now required – accepting the unacceptable conceding that North Korea is a nuclear-armed state not as a reward for bad behavior but as the reflection of reality. The challenge moving forward requires that new military and diplomatic means be put in place that better prevents Pyongyang from effectively gaming.
Nuclear-armed North Korea is 'not acceptable', warns US This article is more than 10 years old Washington sees missile tests as direct threat . SEOUL, April 12 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry dismissed as "unacceptable by any standard" weeks of bellicose warnings of impending nuclear war by North Korea and said Washington would never accept the reclusive state becoming a nuclear power. North Korea is a nuclear-armed state and we have to deal with that. We have to admit that we have interests beyond denuclearization, and that those interests include deterring North Korea . President George W. Bush and South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun recently agreed that a nuclear-armed North Korea is unacceptable. The Bush administration must take the lead in producing a coherent.
If sanctions and diplomacy won’t stop North Korea from developing a long-range nuclear capability, and if a nuclear-armed North Korea is unacceptable, . to accept the inevitability of a permanently nuclear-armed North Korea. They call for the U.S. to shift its approach and “manage” the threat posed by a hostile. North Korea poses the most immediate threat to global security, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told Congress Thursday, stressing that denuc. We cannot learn to live with a nuclear-armed North Korea because it is a pistol aimed at our heads by the North's dictator Kim Jong-un, China's .