North Korea's Weapons of Mass Destruction: Badges, Shields, or Swords?
Victor D. Cha examines the question about relative merits of engaging or containing North Korea that has resurfaced after President Bush's "axis of evil" statements. The author argues that this policy question cannot be answered without an understanding of the strategic doctrine behind North Korea's alleged nuclear weapons capabilities.
The Case of the Pivot to Asia: System Effects and the Origins of Strategy, NICHOLAS D. ANDERSON and Victor D. Cha
America's Asian Alliances, Paul Dibb and Robert D. Blackwill, eds. Reviewed by Victor D. Cha
Disarming Strangers: Nuclear Diplomacy with North Korea, Leon D. Sigal Reviewed by Victor D. Cha
Korea's Place in the Sun: A Modern History, Bruce Cumings Reviewed by Victor D. Cha
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