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Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. NATO Expansion and Russian ResponseⅢ. The Cause of the Ukrainian War Ⅳ. The U.S. StrategyⅤ. Policy Implications
Ⅰ. ForewordⅡ. Background and PremiseⅢ. Analysis of Recent DevelopmentsⅣ. Key Premises of the North Korean Concept of Nuclear EscalationⅤ. Policy Approaches: Direction for the Message of Deterrence
Ⅰ. Comparison with the 2013 Law II. The Similarities with Russia’s 2020 Basic Principles of State Policy on Nuclear DeterrenceIII. Implications: Discrepancies between Pyongyang’s Nuclear Doctrine and Actual Capabilities
Ⅰ. Needs for ‘Strategic Thinking’ in Korean DiplomacyⅡ. Evolution of Strategy-related Organizations in the Ministry of Foreign AffairsⅢ. ‘Poverty of Strategy’Ⅳ. Definition of Strategy and Its Comparison With PolicyⅤ. Proposal for Strategy Development Plan
Ⅰ. The Twelfth WTO Ministerial Conference (MC12): Overview and AssessmentsⅡ. Implications and Prospects for the Multilateral Trading System
Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. Why Do Nuclear States Turn to Tactical Nuclear Weapons?Ⅲ. Latest Developments Ⅳ. Two Premises behind North Korea’s Nuclear Escalation Concept
Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. The Previous Path of the Other Nuclear States and North Korea’s Physical Limitations Ⅲ. The Kremlin Raising the Specter of the Use of Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine: Implications for PyongyangⅣ. Outlook
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