Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Gunjan Singh and Avinash Godbole on "Peninsular Shells and the Chinese Dilemma(?)"

 Yeonpyeong in the Yellow Sea

North Korea is one of those places where all deterrence theories fall flat on their face. The recent instance of North Korean (DPRK) shelling on the South Korean territory of Yeonpyeong is a case in point.
Why does the DPRK behave the way it does? And how it may be related to the recent Chinese pronouncements on "Core Interests?"

Read the complete article here on OpinionAsia. Comments and questions are welcome.

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