The stalker state: North Korean proliferation and the end of Amercian nuclear hegemony

Hayes, P 2006, 'The stalker state: North Korean proliferation and the end of Amercian nuclear hegemony', The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, no. 651, pp. 1-9.


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Title The stalker state: North Korean proliferation and the end of Amercian nuclear hegemony
Author(s) Hayes, P
Year 2006
Journal name The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus
Issue number 651
Start page 1
End page 9
Total pages 8
Publisher JapanFocus.org
Abstract Three US administrations have failed to avoid North Korean breakout from the Non-Proliferation Treaty and a gaping hole in the IAEA safeguards system. Nuclear war is once again conceivable in Korea after a brief interlude in the early 1990s when this prospect all but disappeared. The North¿s announcement on October 4, 2006 that it intends to test a nuclear weapon underscores this failure.
Subject International Relations
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