Economic Sanctions Against a Nuclear North Korea: An Analysis of United States and United Nations Actions Since 1950
United States economic sanctions against North Korea began on June 28, 1950, three days after the outbreak of the Korean War. Since then, the United States, its allies, and the United Nations have increasingly imposed economic sanctions against North Korea in an attempt to destabilize and manipulate the North Korean regime. This book first provides a thorough historical overview of U.S. and U.N. sanctions against North Korea since 1950. Then, several essays propose ways to make such sanctions more politically effective while limiting their harmful humanitarian consequences. Finally, the book discusses the impact of the newest, six-nation agreement signed in February 2007 which would shut down North Korea's nuclear facility in return for economic aid and a security guarantee. Several appendices provide brief guides to the history of North Korea and the country's nuclear weapons program.
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Yesterday Today and Tomorrow Suk Hi Kim
2 A Chronology of US Sanctions Against North Korea Semoon Change
3 Lessons from US Economic Sanctions Against Cuba Semoon Chang
4 The Effectiveness of Economic Sanctions Against North Korea Michael Whitty Suk Hi Kim and Trevor Crick
5 New Economic Sanctions Against a Nuclear North Korea and Policy Options Suk Hi Kim
6 Economic Sanctions North Korean Famine and Humanitarian Assistance Thomas T Park Bernhard Seliger and Hyung Suk Kim
Confucianism and SelfReliance Suk Hi Kim
8 Economic Sanctions and North Koreas Trade Deficit Semoon Chang and Kepeng Lu
9 The Denuclearization Agreement of 2007 and Economic Sanctions Suk Hi Kim
A Brief Chronology of North Korean History
Key Facts About North Korea
A Chronology of North Koreas Nuclear Weapons Program
Popular Web Sites About North Korea
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