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作者 Scobell, Andrew
書名 North Korea's military threat : Pyongyang's conventional forces, weapons of mass destruction, and ballistic missiles / Andrew Scobell, John M. Sanford
出版項 Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2007
國際標準書號 1584872861
9781584872863
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館3F西文書區  951.93 Sco15no 2007    在架上    30500101264409
說明 xiii, 177 p. : map ; 23 cm
系列 Demystifying North Korea ; 4
Demystifying North Korea ; 4
附註 "April 2007."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-176)
I. Introduction -- II. Conventional forces -- III. Unconventional forces -- IV. Overall conclusions
North Korea's conventional capabilities have eroded but remain significant, including its sizeable contingent of special operations forces. Meanwhile, Pyongyang continues the vigorous development of its nuclear and missile programs, and has ongoing chemical and biological weapons programs. Perhaps the biggest unanswered questions concern North Korea's military intentions. Does the Korean People's Army have an offensive or defensive doctrine? Does Pyongyang intend to use its weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles to replace the threat posed by its eroding conventional forces? Or is its intention to use conventional and unconventional forces in what it might view as a winning combination? In theory, U.S. forces could carry out preemptive precision attacks to destroy known North Korean nuclear facilities and missile emplacements, but such attacks might provoke North Korean retaliation and trigger a general conflict. Washington and Seoul cannot overthrow the North Korean regime by force or destroy its strategic military assets without risking devastating losses in the process. Meanwhile, North Korea cannot invade the South without inviting a fatal counterattack from the United States and South Korea. Thus, the balance of forces that emerged from the Korean War, and which helped maintain the armistice for more than 50 years, remains in place
鏈接 Scobell, Andrew. North Korea's military threat xiii, 177 p. (OCoLC)133533866
主題 Korea (North). Chosŏn Inminʼgun
Nuclear weapons -- Korea (North)
Weapons of mass destruction -- Korea (North)
Ballistic missiles -- Korea (North)
Alt Author Sanford, John M
Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute
Alt Title Pyongyang's conventional forces, weapons of mass destruction, and ballistic missiles
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