North Korea

Missile defence for Australia? Expensive and probably not wise

Following the most recent tests by North Korea of a missile that might be able to hit Alaska, the prospect of a direct threat to Australia from the Kim regime is exciting the Australian defence debate.

Time for a shield wall?

Turning to a ballistic missile defence system as a way of protecting Australia from a North Korean attack is a bad idea that should never get off the ground, Benjamin Zala writes.

Trump is not serious about dealing with North Korea

Hugh White writes about why he thinks the war on the Korean Peninsula is very unlikely.

With Donald Trump in the White House, what now for the Asia-Pacific?

As Donald Trump enters the Oval office, speculation is rife regarding what his presidency will mean for stability in Australia's Indo-Pacific region.

Trump and Strategic Change in Asia

William T. Tow, ‘Trump and Strategic Change in Asia’, Strategic Insights 113, January 2017: 1-10.

Sino-US Competition and Nuclear Non-Proliferation on the Korean Peninsula

Brendan Taylor argues that the Korean Peninsula during the decade from 2002 to 2012 provides a clear case of strategic diplomacy in practice.

Asian Approaches to Human Security

William T. Tow, ‘Asian Approaches to Human Security’, in William T.

Designing a Mechanism for Multilateral Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia

Peter Van Ness, ‘Designing a Mechanism for Multilateral Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia’, IR Working Paper 2008/1, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research

Political Crises in Northeast Asia: An Anatomy of the Taiwan and Korean Crises

Stuart Harris, ‘Political Crises in Northeast Asia: An Anatomy of the Taiwan and Korean Crises’, IR Working Paper 2001/02, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research

Why the Six Party Talks Should Succeed

Published in Asian Perspective, 29(2) 2005: 231-46.

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