Gleysteen, William
March 1997
Brookings Review;Spring97, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p32
Academic Journal
Views the North Korea's economic condition and the military forces of the United States. Why the Korean peninsula was considered as a flashpoint; Why the United States must prepare for the possible collapse of the North Korea's nuclear developments; Why the South Korean issue was considered as difficult.


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