Nuclear capabilities, military security and the Korean peninsula: a three-tiered perspective from Europe
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AbstractThe end of the Cold War has meant that the security of the Korean peninsula is now no longer a matter of 'bloc' interests, but falls to be analyzed in terms of local and regional interests. Offers an analysis of the bilateral, regional and global activities now required, and of suitable initiatives to be explored at each of these levels.
Simpson, John (1992) Nuclear capabilities, military security and the Korean peninsula: a three-tiered perspective from Europe. Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 9, (2), 11-32.