North Korea's development and testing of nuclear weapons made
headlines in the Western media, but is the country really a threat
to the rest of the world? This accessible introduction examines the
country's history and focuses on whether the threat is realistic or
exaggerated by the US in order to gain international support for
the controversial missile defence system. It also shows what the EU
can do to engage with North Korea and counterbalance the US policy
of isolationism. North Korea is struggling to survive in the face
of US threats of pre-emptive action and regime change by developing
its own Weapons of Mass Destruction. For the EU, the challenge is
to resolve this stand-off, providing North Korea with sufficient
security guarantees to enable them to give up their nuclear
weapons, and enough assistance to enable the economic and social
reforms that the country so desperately needs.
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