Dr Barannikova questions the viability of existing approaches to DPRK and the feasibility of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Presenting and assessing cases for nuclear weapons use in a limited nuclear war on, or involving, the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia.
Matt Korda assesses the nuclear weapons and delivery systems that the DPRK could use in possible use cases.
David Wright identifies key uncertainties and assesses the effectiveness of defense systems against potential DPRK attacks.
Dr Daryl Press analyses hypothetical scenarios that could lead to the United States deciding to use nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula.
James I. Matray describes the reasons for the outbreak of the Korean War and US entry into the conflict, and lessons learnt.
The authors set out ten cases highlighting the range of ways in which nuclear weapons might be used on the Korean Peninsula.