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specialty journal of politics and law
Volume 4, 2019, Issue 4
Study of the Role of Various Factors in the Escalation of the Crisis on the Korean ‎Peninsula in Early 2013‎
Muhammad Golshahi
Pages: 1-1116

Abstract

Despite the history, common language and culture, the Democratic Republic of Korea ‎‎(North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea), these two countries are separate ‎from each other today. Although North Korea is in complete contrast with the industrial and ‎capitalist world of Korea South, and also the war between 1950 and 1953 destroyed both ‎sides, but subsequent developments showed that both countries are moving in the opposite ‎direction. The regional crisis on the Korean Peninsula has once again become an ‎international conflict. The beginning of 2013 has been accompanied by a sharp North ‎Korean response through the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2087 ‎and its third nuclear test. UN resolutions have imposed serious sanctions on North Korea, ‎although tensions in international relations on the Korean Peninsula have a strong historical ‎background, as well as the disagreement between the two countries in the field of ideology, ‎social and economic development. But the interference and the role of the major powers, as ‎well as the territorial neighbors on the peninsula, which have a geopolitical and geostrategic ‎position, has made the situation more tense in this region. This study seeks to identify the ‎factors of the emergence and intensification of the crisis on the peninsula Examining Korea ‎and studying the roots of this crisis. This collection Several key factors, including the ‎internal, external, and nuclear aspects of North Korea, are being examined to provide a clear ‎indication of what is happening on a global scale to create a crisis on the Korean Peninsula‎.



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