Nuclear Weapons in North Korea discussion

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Assignment requirements

Please note and comply with these requirements.

In this assignment, there is a need to

-Show competence in communicating ideas in written form about security studies.

-Demonstrate competence in academic writing (political science and security studies).

-The max word limit is 1,000 words. Please do no write any lesser then 1,000 or more then 1,100 words

-Structure your answers in an essay format

-Providing proper in-text citations (APA Style) and complete referencing

-Strictly follow APA formatting and in particular for: in-text citations and end-of-report references

Question Requirement

Please highlight the following pointers in the answer:

1.Why North Korea even took up nuclear weapons?

2.Are they going to give up their nuclear weapons & what will they gain if they give up?

3.How does nuclear weapons harm neighbouring countries?

4.What benefits does North Korea gets from de-nuclearization

5.How does de-nuclearization benefit the affecting countries?

6.Highlight on the first Trump Kim Summit and the upcoming 2nd Trump Kim Summit which is taking place in Vietnam in Feb

7.Summit meeting was to denuclearise but there was no action by North Korea.

8.Who are the actors involve and which other country was affected?

9.Start Q with an intro and end Q with a conclusion

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Assignment requirements Please note and comply with these requirements. • • • • • In this assignment, there is a need to o Show competence in communicating ideas in written form about security studies. o Demonstrate competence in academic writing (political science and security studies). The max word limit is 1,000 words. Please do no write any lesser then 1,000 or more then 1,100 words Structure your answers in an essay format Providing proper in-text citations (APA Style) and complete referencing Strictly follow APA formatting and in particular for: in-text citations and end-of-report references Question ‘Before 1988, North Korea was implicated in a number of international plots, including hijackings, abductions, bombings and assassination attempts. However, it was the bombing of Korean Air Flight 858 in 1987 that sealed North Korea's place on the list of state sponsors of terrorism. In that attack, later linked to North Korean agents, a plane flying between Baghdad and Seoul was blown up over the Andaman Sea. All 115 people on board were killed. The bombing of Flight 858, as well as a 1983 attack in Rangoon, Burma, that killed 17 South Koreans and four Burmese that was linked to Kim Jong Il, prompted the Reagan administration to decide that North Korea should be added to the list.’ – Washington Post Analyse if North Korea, a known state-sponsor of terrorism, is likely to ever give up its nuclear weapons. Please highlight the following pointers in the answer: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Why North Korea even took up nuclear weapons? Are they going to give up their nuclear weapons & what will they gain if they give up? How does nuclear weapons harm neighbouring countries? What benefits does North Korea gets from de-nuclearization How does de-nuclearization benefit the affecting countries? Highlight on the first Trump Kim Summit and the upcoming 2nd Trump Kim Summit which is taking place in Vietnam in Feb 7. Summit meeting was to denuclearise but there was no action by North Korea. 8. Who are the actors involve and which other country was affected? 9. Start Q with an intro and end Q with a conclusion ...
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Nuclear Weapons in North Korea
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NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN NORTH KOREA

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Introduction
North Korea is a country that has had a reputation of being involved with terrorism, to the
point of being named as sponsors of the group. This is due to the incidences that have taken
place in the past, of them being behind the picture. This is after the country’s agents planted a
bomb in a plane carrying over 100 people, who all died. This move was following the country’s
supreme leader direction. Since they are the sole manufacturers of nuclear weapons, they are
accused of using these weapons for criminal acts such as assassinations, bombings, and
abductions. It is therefore not clear, whether the country would be willing to give up its nuclear
weapons.
The reason North Korea took up nuclear weapon
The main reason North Korea took up nuclear weapons is the need to keep its
authoritative government in place. This is so that it survives and does not let go of its status quo,
where there are ruling elites in it. There are two major aspects to this, foreign policy aims and
domestic aims. On the foreign policy aim, it is all in a bid to deter all other nations with the
intention of enforcing their laws on them to have no way through. Countries like China, US,
South Korea, and Russia are some of the regional countries that could be affected by this move,
North Korea, therefore, has to present itself as being a country that is secretively dangerous and
unpredictable f...

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