Michael O'Hanlon, Mike M. Mochizuki, "Crisis on the Korean Peninsula : How to Deal With a Nuclear North Korea"
M G H | ISBN: 0071431551 | 2003 | PDF | 242 pages | 1,15 mb
Even if one discounts North Korea's ongoing program to develop nuclear weapons, the Korean peninsula remains a highly dangerous place. North Korea maintains around a million troops in forward positions close to the demilitarized zone, supported by a vast array of artillery capable of quickly reducing Seoul to rubble. But North Korea probably does have two nuclear weapons, and they are striving to develop more. Can the U.S. tolerate such destructive power in the hands of perhaps the most repressive, isolated, and even paranoid regime on earth?