North Korea Military Techniques and U.S. Strategy for Balance of Power in Northeast Asia
Lee, Sunny, Policy Studies Journal
VI. North Korea Military Techniques and U.S. Strategy for Balance of Power in Northeast Asia
Since North Korea possessed nuclear weapons, the Obama administration has pursued more drastic policy to defeat North Korea's nuclear strategy but its process is not fulfilling the obligation without producing significant outcomes. If North Korea becomes a formal nuclear country with advanced military techniques that continually supports other potential nuclear countries, the U.S. will lose strategic balance of denuclearization policy in Northeast Asia and it will propel overall shrinkage of the U.S. power.
In this paper, North Korea's overall military techniques with nuclear weapons will be precisely reviewed to establish effective denuclearization policy in U.S. military strategy. North Korea's military techniques can be analyzed and evaluated in a few ways: 1) Overall Military Capacity, 2) WMD, 3) Nuclear Techniques, 4) Missile Systems, 5) Satellites.
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Publication information: Article title: North Korea Military Techniques and U.S. Strategy for Balance of Power in Northeast Asia. Contributors: Lee, Sunny - Author. Journal title: Policy Studies Journal. Volume: 38. Issue: 3 Publication date: August 2010. Page number: 605+. © 1999 Policy Studies Organization. COPYRIGHT 2010 Gale Group.
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