China und die nukleare Herausforderung Nordkoreas
On October 9th, 2006 North Korea conducted the first nuclear test in the history of the Korean peninsula, making it the ninth nuclear weapons state. Amid signs of improved relations between the triangle China, Japan and South Korea, they were faced with an unprecedented security challenge in North East Asia in recent years. Destabilization of the region with an imminent nuclear arms race and escalation of tensions were feared. The article begins with an overview of the circumstances during the nuclear crisis and the Chinese reactions. It further discusses motives and goals behind the North Korean decision and reviews implications for the Chinese policy.
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Volume (Year): 35 (2006)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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