Will the New Nuclear Consultative Group Alleviate South Korea’s Deterrence Concerns?
By Anna Dawes and Manseok Lee
The establishment of the NCG represents a timely and measured response to changing domestic situations in South Korea as well as the growing nuclear threat from North Korea.
Yoon and Biden Announce ‘Washington Declaration’ to Lock in Nuclear Deterrent
By Mitch Shin
In Yoon’s visit to Washington this week, South Korea and the United States reaffirmed their joint efforts to respond to North Korean nuclear threats.
South Korea-US Summit Will Unveil New Efforts to Bolster Nuclear Deterrence
By Aamer Madhani
When President Yoon visits this week, President Biden will announce specific new nuclear deterrence efforts as well as a new cybersecurity initiative.
4 Decades of Reckoning With North Korea’s Nuclear Threat – and Counting
By Peter Hayes
Going nuclear will not help South Korea deal with the threat posed by its northern neighbor.
The Case for South Korea to Go Nuclear
By Seong-Chang Cheong
It may be the best option for the South Korea-U.S. alliance to deter a nuclear war with North Korea.
The Korea-US Extended Deterrence Strategy and Consultation Group: Evaluation and Issues
By Park Ki-Chul
3 points need to be addressed in future working-level EDSCG meetings in order to resolve the fundamental insecurity presented by the North Korean nuclear threat.