Resolving the North Korean Nuclear Issue and Bringing Peace to the Peninsula: An Appraisal of U.S.

in Program

November 2003

In this article, Alan Romberg discusses American attitudes and policies toward the North Korean nuclear issue, toward long-term Peninsula stability, and how they interact.  He argues that the lack of an American strategy  — indeed, the lack of a serious U.S. policy — over the past thirty-four months has endangered the prospects at least for the first and perhaps for the second, as well.  He also addresses the interaction among the United States, China and South Korea on these questions as seen from an American perspective.

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