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Toward an incremental pathway to peace on the Korean Peninsula
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|dc.description.abstract||One possible way to address the North Korean nuclear threat is by beginning a series of incremental steps to gradually lessen tension and lead to eventual peace on the Korean Peninsula. Such steps could include halting North Korea's nuclear-weapons testing and further advancement of its nuclear-weapons program in return for scaling back joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea; reducing North Korea's nuclear stockpiles in exchange for special development aid to North Korea for targeted economic, social, and public health initiatives; a moratorium on North Korean missile testing in exchange for the suspension of United States missile-defense systems in South Korea, and, providing earlier steps were successful, a peace treaty ending the Korean War. Recognizing what it would take for these initiatives to emerge requires also reckoning with the inevitable obstacles.|
|dc.publisher||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
|dc.relation.ispartofseries||AsiaPacific issues;no. 134|
|dc.subject.lcsh||Nuclear arms control - Korea (North)|
|dc.subject.lcsh||Nuclear weapons - Korea (North)|
|dc.subject.lcsh||Nuclear disarmament - Korea (North)|
|dc.subject.lcsh||Korea (North) - Relations|
|dc.title||Toward an incremental pathway to peace on the Korean Peninsula|
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