Having a background of unhappy interactions dating as early as the mid-nineteenth century, when the first diplomatic expeditions from America venturing to Korea and Japan for the sake of trade ended up killing 200 Korean troops, the history of negotiations between the two countries has been colored by high levels of distrust on either side. So far the course of events has made it evident what the policies of either country is aimed at. America, with friends in the neighborhood is seeking to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula and North Korea seems to be using Nuclear weapons as both ‘military deterrents’ and as a source of ‘diplomatic leverage’ to get what it wants from the international community.
With the successful nuclear tests of 2010 and the undeterminable intentions of satellite launch in 2012, North Korea’s doctrine on the nuclear program is gradually coming out into the open, striving for the same status as New Dehli i.e. the international acknowledgement of North Korea as a Nuclear Power along with the normalization of relations with the U.S. This may not exactly be acceptable to the U.S with its own concerns. However the cooperation of North Korea can only be achieved if its concerns regarding security are adequately addressed. Although this process may require patience and time, it is far better than the imposition of sanctions which further deters any developments. ...Show more
With the present bone of contention in the ambiguous Nuclear Weapon program of North Korea, this relationship has experienced everything; from threats of nuclear attacks to saving lives, extension of financial and economic aid to imposition of sanctions, freezing nuclear reactors in accordance with agreements signed to sudden changes in policies and declaration of power by performing Nuclear Tests…
These two incidents led to important things that changed the world in totality. First of all, the allied powers who defeated the Japanese and Nazi forces sought to create a new world order that would preserve human rights and prevent the killing of innocent people in the future2 The second feature of the Post-World War II period was the need to control weapons of mass destruction to prevent serious civilian deaths and casualties3.
Its regime deliberately cut itself off from the rest of the world by keeping its citizenry naive and oblivious so that it will become receptive to its propaganda devices and making it easier to control. It cut access to communication such that cellphone and internet were banned with the media belonging to the government.
Nuclear weapons came into existence as early as around the 1940s and they are the most feared weapons of mass destruction. The concerns raised by the international community only solidify the fears that most people have in nuclear weapons if they are put into active use.
These statutes have remained forwarded to cope with non- governmental performers in global politics as per Article 3, similar to the four Geneva Principles of August 1949. Procedure 1 makes the statute regarding global conflict used in wars fought for self-protection versus rival profession and versus colonialist and ethnic regimes (Beres, 1994).
Consequently, it would be favorable for the United States if they made a paradigm shift in tackling this problem by negotiating with North Koreans.
Ever since the mid twentieth century, North Korea has been engaging in nuclear development. There are two major reasons why this country may have chosen to take on such a venture.
A question may be brought to light regarding this topic: is there a resounding confession or admission by North Korea that indeed it has in its position weapons or nuclear bombs that can make it aligned with other nuclear-powered states Is there verifiable evidence of nuclear bombs, the one that could be carried by missiles and be fired to as far as the United States, if indeed there is an admission or confession This is important in our study because - as will be explained later - nuclear-powered states such as the United States, will use their power (leverage) to stop a state, such as North Korea, that is still in the process of possessing, or rumored to be processing, nuclear weapons.
The author states that the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is an integral part of UN charter having primary responsibility of doing efforts towards maintaining international peace and security. The charter requires that a representative of each of its members must be present all the time at the UN headquarters.
l considering the current dragging North Korean nuclear problem, the nuclear issue deteriorated to “The First North Korean Nuclear Crisis” in 1994. Due to the continuity of the problem, it may be argued that North Korean nuclear problem had not been resolved up to now.
s justified and driven by the 38th parallel that divided the North from the South Korea, constant US military and political presence in South Korea, and the long history of being in seclusion. The relationship between the North Korea and South Korea determined the former’s