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North Korea and Nuclear Proliferation
A Lockwood analytical method for prediction (LAMP) analysis of the issue of nuclear proliferation in the Korean Peninsula.
# 105464 | 4,519 words | 8 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Jul 08, 2008 in International Relations (General)


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Description:

The paper discusses the implications of modern nuclear proliferation in a regional and international arena and highlights the importance of North Korea's nuclear proliferation in the Korean Peninsula. The paper utilizes the Lockwood analytical method for prediction (LAMP) method of analysis to appropriately predict the outcomes of North Korea's nuclear plans and their effects on the Korean peninsula.

Outline:
Introduction
Issue Identification
National Actors
In-depth Perceptual Study of Issue
Possible Courses of Action
Major Scenarios
Total Number of Permutations
Pairwise Comparison Results, Ranking and Analysis
Potential for Transposing
Conclusion and Focal Events

From the Paper:

"This work will serve as a Lockwood Analytical Method for Prediction (LAMP) analysis of the question of nuclear proliferation in the Korean Peninsula. As an emerging nuclear power North Korea may significantly change the manner in which the political world interacts with it, though you would think that it would not be likely to alter the manner in which individual North and South Koreans live their lives. Though this is clearly a simplistic and westernized view, as the understanding of the strength of a nation is intrinsic we, especially as Americans live in a state of almost constant denial of the manner in which the nation has developed "security," perceptually or otherwise. This is including a relatively low level of knowledge among common folk about the nature of armament."

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • Hyung-A, K. (2004). Korea's Development under Park Chung Hee: Rapid Industrialization, 1961-1979. New York: Routledge Courzon.
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