North Korea's Nuclear Crisis

The problem about North Korea’s nuclear threat has perplexed international organizations and some East Asia countries for several decades. Firstly, this paper introduce a brief coverage of the overview of the North Korea’s nuclear crisis. And then, it goes to show the role of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and outlines the current debate surrounding the issue. In the most important section, there are three key recommendations on how the UNSC should go about responding to the nuclear problem and helping to reconcile the nuclear threat of North Korea to the society. The key policy recommendations include: 1. to create beneficial condition and get North Korea back to the Six-Party Talks; 2. to mild the UNSC’s resolutions on North Korea and make them acceptable to North Korea; 3. to ask North Korea to join in a Declaration of Denuclearization to eliminate its nuclear weapons program. Finally, there is a response to the strongest counter-argument against my proposed solution.

North Korea’s nuclear crisis overview

The nuclear crisis with North Korea has become progressively more serious since it issued an announcement that it has successfully conducted a nuclear test for the first time ear Mount Mant’ap and P’unggye-ri, Kilchu-kun, North Hamgyong Province on October 9, 2006 (NTI, 2009). In recent years, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and a number of countries such as the United States, Japan and South Korea have paid more attention to the nuclear issues, and also condemned North Korea’s nuclear weapons program had posed a grave threat to international peace and security, especially to its neighboring Asia countries such as China, South Korea and Japan. However, North Korea remained defiant, insisting that any increased pressure on the regime would be regarded as an act of war (Avery and Squassoni, 2006). This paper aims to address the problem of North Korea’s nuclear.

North Korea started its nuclear weapons program in...