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Reaction Paper #4 - first step to stopping North Korea’s...

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Jin Kim ANS 301M: Intro Korea Reaction Paper 4 As a senior advisor to the United States of America, I would recommend continuing the current approach of seeking to trade energy assistance and eventual diplomatic relations for a halt to plutonium reprocessing and eventually nuclear disarmament. I don’t really see any other better approach to North Korea’s nuclear program other than this one because it is the most safe and reliable method. Under a close surveillance, of course, USA first needs to build a good, trustful relationship between North Korea by trading energy assistance. We can let North Korea have nuclear program and assist them in it purely for the purpose of manufacturing nuclear energy, not for nuclear warheads, to help its economy. Although it will require tremendous amount of scrutiny on North Korea by the USA, it is the most positive first step in earning North Korea’s trust and simultaneously help its poor economy. It will help out those countless people in North Korea who are literally starving to death. Thus not only does it serve as a
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Unformatted text preview: first step to stopping North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, it will also help the innocent citizens there who are suffering from preposterous policies of Kim-Jung-Il. By helping North Korea’s economy, the diplomatic relations between DPRK and the USA will definitely get better, if not more so. And when North Korea’s economy is strong enough so that it doesn’t need the nuclear processing, then we can start talking about for a halt to plutonium reprocessing. The USA will have much easier time talking about stopping plutonium reprocessing in North Korea because of its better diplomatic relationship due to it’s helping DPRK’s economy, which might eventually lead to its nuclear disarmament. Of course, I cannot guarantee that this approach is going to work for certain but recommend it as the best way to resolve the predicament involving North Korea’s nuclear program for weapons of mass destruction....
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