"To Share or Not to Share: South Korea at Debate about Nuclear Sharing"
Amidst the escalating tensions surrounding the Korean Peninsula, it has become necessary to evaluate the desirability and feasibility of the re-deployment of U.S. tactical nuclear weapons to South Korea as an option to deter a future North Korean nuclear attack. While the re-deployment could strengthen the ROK-U.S. combined deterrence posture and correct the nuclear imbalance with North Korea, it could also pull the Peninsula closer to a real nuclear war. Against this backdrop, Hwee-rhak Park argues that South Korea and the U.S. need to expand the scope of nuclear sharing to include Japan. (Photo: reuters)
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