MGW10-LCP-Korea-IR-TOOLBOX - MGW Debate Camp Grant Wu 1...

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MGW Debate Camp 1 Grant Wu Korea International Relations Korea International Relations Korea International Relations .......................................................................................................... 1 North Korea relations ...................................................................................................................... 2 Japan re-arm ..................................................................................................................................... 3 North Korean relations with China .................................................................................................. 4 North Korean relations with China .................................................................................................. 5 North Korean relations with China .................................................................................................. 6 NK-SK good .................................................................................................................................... 7 NK-SK bad ...................................................................................................................................... 8 NK-SK bad ...................................................................................................................................... 9 NK-SK bad .................................................................................................................................... 10 NK-SK bad .................................................................................................................................... 11 NK-US relations ............................................................................................................................ 12 NK-US relations ............................................................................................................................ 13 Korea-Russia Relations ................................................................................................................. 14 Korea-Russia Relations ................................................................................................................. 15
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MGW Debate Camp 2 Grant Wu Korea International Relations North Korea relations Inclusion of North Korea into international policies is key to prevent nuclear escalation, war, and a feeling of division O’Neil 2007 (Andrew, October 07, Senior Lecturer in the School of Political and International Studies, Flinders University, Australia. He also worked with Australia’s Department of Defence as an intelligence analyst. Nuclear Proliferation in Northeast Asia: The Quest for Security, JH, BH, QJ, RK) Short of war or the transfer of fissile material beyond the DPRK's borders, the worst possible outcome of North Korea going nuclear would be the fur¬ther isolation of the regime in Pyongyang. This is why the view that North Korea should "remain isolated and unable to participate in the dynamism of Northeast Asia
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