Throughout the Cold War, the United States and Russia stockpiled nuclear weapons as a deterrent to one another. Does North Korea have the same motive? AEI’s Nicholas Eberstadt argues that Kim Jong-un is making nukes with the intention to use them for a political checkmate.
ARTICLE – The crystal clear strategy of North Korea: https://goo.gl/jEfHVC
ARTICLE – How to really deal with the North Korean nuclear threat: https://goo.gl/JsqFEA
ARTICLE – From “engagement” to threat reduction: moving toward a North Korea policy that works: https://goo.gl/Ez3dyd
Nicholas Eberstadt is AEI’s Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy: https://goo.gl/GvhZmt
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