The North Korean Nuclear Program: Security, Strategy and New Perspectives from Russia
James Moltz Clay
Routledge, Nov 12, 2012 - Political Science - 288 pages
Drawing on previously unpublished Russian archival materials, this book is the first detailed history and current analysis of the North Korean nuclear program. The contributors discuss Soviet-North Korean nuclear relations, economic and military aspects of the nuclear program, the nuclear energy sector, North Korea's negotiations with the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization, cooperative security, and U.S. policy. Unique in its focus on North Korean attitudes and perspectives, The North Korean Nuclear Program also includes Russian interviews with North Korean officials.
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Part I The History of the North Korean Nuclear Program
Part II The Economic Context of the North Korean Nuclear Program
Part III Political and Military Factors behind the North Korean Nuclear Program
Part IV The International Context of the North Korean Nuclear Program
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