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Security on the Korean Peninsula: The Latest from RUSI

Tom Plant and Cristina Varriale
RUSI Newsbrief, 4 October 2018
Asia, China, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy, United States, Japan, North Korea, Global Security Issues, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy
A flurry of recent activity on the North Korean diplomatic front has kept researchers in the Proliferation and Nuclear Policy programme at RUSI extremely busy over the past few months. Their latest research findings indicate that policymakers should focus on pursuing small gains over a grand bargain, as well as balancing Tokyo’s long-term view and scepticism of China with Seoul’s focus on short-term security guarantees

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Tom Plant
Director, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy

Tom Plant joined RUSI in June 2017 as the... read more

Cristina Varriale
Research Fellow

Cristina Varriale is a Research Fellow with in Proliferation and Nuclear Policy at RUSI, where she focuses on North Korea’s WMD... read more

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