As we are gearing up to comment on a host of new books on North Korea, you might be interested in also perusing last year’s reading list.
Jonathan Pollack’s No Exit: North Korea, Nuclear Weapons and International Security provides a well-researched history of the country’s nuclear ambitions. It runs out of steam as it gets closer to the present, but in part because it is not obvious what we should be doing.
Net assessments for summer reading? Like we always say, this is North Korea. Last year’s report from the International Institute for Strategic Studies offers a wide-ranging assessment of the strategic issues that remains useful today.