Nuclear Program in North Korea
Nuclear program in North Korea do not comprise of the instability’s main sources in the east Asian place and the peninsula of Korea but it also outlines and explains the potential risks brought about by the proliferation of nuclear. The two thousand and three initiated Six-Party Talks which was then implemented in two thousand and eight, have not succeeded in North Korea’s determinations thwarting. Not considering the suction pressured brought forth by united nation and the whole international, the nuclear capability has continued to be strengthened by the North Koreans and it has gone further in declaring itself of being a nuclear state.
Effects of Previous Denuclearization Negotiations
Following the stand made by the state, it appears that all the years that were spent in carrying out nuclear negation programs did not have any effect in restraining North Korea in developing nuclear instead, the international pressure facilitated the weapon development program in the country (Kwoun " Park 20). Following the existing situation whereby a number of nuclear tests have been tried on and a nuclear state policy adopted, it shows that the previous denuclearization negotiations were ineffective and that new negotiation strategies should be put in place. However, giving up efforts in denuclearization by the international community will not be the effective solution considering the fact that it is still too early especially in the negative consequence negotiations if the nuclear program in the state is given a go-ahead in development unchecked.
Reasons for the Failure of Previous Denuclearization Negotiations
Following the above arguments, Einhorn " Robert (15) notes that, the tests carried out by North Korea facilitated the reduction of negotiation possibilities hence undermining the importance of the denuclearization negotiations that had already been carried out. Therefore, it is of great importance to get back to the denuclearization issue and analyze the reasons for the failure of the previous denuclearization negotiations. It is also important to understand why North Korea decided strongly to observe its programs in nuclear and why they are not adhering to the demand of the international community.
The Benefits of Nuclear Program to North Korea
Kwoun " Park (26) points out that, the nuclear program is the beneficial instrument to the state and its regime in facilitating its survival, maintaining its militia and political pride, coercive diplomacy practice and for the military asymmetric achievement superiority over South Korea. Furthermore, the regime of Kim Jong-un highly agrees on the intentions of nuclear development proceeds by North Korea and not undertaking denuclearization. Studies state that North Korea has continued to strongly emphasize on its wishes of cementing its nuclear state role and its intentions in further strengthening its capability in nuclear deterrence (Einhorn " Robert 15). The diplomats from North Korea and its media have further narrated that the state has decided to take part in the arms negotiation with the United State instead of moving forward with negotiations of denuclearization.
North Korea's Nuclear Capability Expansion
Furthermore, northern Korea brought forth a law which facilitated its nuclear commitments and capability consolidation thereby strengthening its nuclear arsenal in terms consisting of both quality and quantity. According to Einhorn " Robert (16), North Korea till today has undertaken three tests concerning nuclear and seeing that to not being enough, it has issued a threat of carrying out the fourth test using nuclear devices that are new and more developed. All the North Korean actions confirm that the state has no intentions of denuclearization.
Analysis of Denuclearization Goals
Today, in nuclear material terms, North Korea not only operates on plutonium but also operates on the uranium programs that are enriched that facilitates sufficient nuclear material produced in the building of various nuclear bombs (Grinter "Lawrence 295). Following the failed negotiations about nuclear in the North Korea in reaching the significant achievements concerning denuclearization, the international communities have decided to analyze whether the denuclearization goals are achievable or not and the strategies to be used in achieving these goals. The international communities still consider dialogue as an essential start in the Six-Party Talk in order to exert pressure on North Korea through the sanctions of economy, isolation of diplomacy and its political punishment including the Kim Jong-in referral and the elites of North Korean to the criminal court of the international plus the imposition of bans on travels (Grinter "Lawrence 295). Despite all these plans, the bare truth is that North Korea has continued fortifying its nuclear state position and it has put more efforts in its nuclear capacity.
Conclusively, it is evident that North Korea has no intentions of practicing denuclearization through negotiation due to the advantages that the nuclear programs render to the state. Therefore, the international community is required to first bring about appropriate conditions concerning the denuclearization negotiations to attain its objective. Putting in mind the existing nuclear situation in North Korea and its policy, the international society needs to be cautious so that they do not bring about any loophole that will facilitate the exploitation of the negotiation processes by the North Korean individuals (Ying " Fu 35). According to the above paper, North Korea should agree to the denuclearization policy due to the effect brought about by the nuclear-formed equipment especially the nuclear bomb that has a lifetime effect on the victim. The options of North Korea should be constrained so that they may be left with the only choice of denuclearizing in order to solve the issue of nuclear.
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Grinter, Lawrence E. "The Six‐Party Talks and the Future Denuclearization and Rehabilitation of North Korea." Pacific Focus 23.3 (2008): 294-311.
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Ying, Fu. The Korean Nuclear Issue: Past, Present, and Future: A Chinese Perspective. John L. Thornton China Center, 2017.