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References Bleiker, Roland. (2003, July) A Rogue is a Rogue is a Rogue: US Foreign Policy and the Korean Nuclear Crisis. International Affairs . Volume 79, Issue 4. (pp. 719-737). Cortright, David. (2006, December 11). The New Nuclear Danger. America. America Press. Gortzak, Yoav. (2007, April 10). Professor of Political Science, Arizona State University. Interview. Haass, Richard N. (2005, August). Regime Change and Its Limits . Foreign Affairs . Volume 84, Issue 4. Howard, Peter. (2004, December). Why Not Invade North Korea? Threats, Language Games, and U.S. Foreign Policy . International Studies Quarterly . Volume 48, Issue 4. (pp. 805-828). Kessler, Carol. (2006, April). Post-Cold War Effects on the Non-Proliferations Regime . Problems of Post Communism. Volume 53, Issue 2. (pp. 30 – 39). Newnham, Randall E. (2004, May) “Nukes For Sale Cheap?” Purchasing Peace With North Korea . International Studies Perspectives . Volume 5, Issue 2. (pp. 164- 178). Norris, Robert S. (2006, August). Global Nuclear Stockpiles, 1945-2006. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists .
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