REGIONAL SECURITY. THE NUCLEAR GHOST ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA
The Korean peninsula remains a cold War preserve and a long-standing potential hotbed of armed conflict, which is becoming increasingly nuclear-tinged after Pyongyang's acquisition of nuclear missiles. The six-Party talks on the Korean nuclear issue were interrupted by Pyongyang in April 2009 in response to the UN Security Council's condemnation of the launch of a North Korean rocket with a space satellite. And another escalation of the situation on the peninsula in 2010, associated with the sinking of the South Korean frigate Cheonan, accompanied by the shelling of Yeonpyeong Island and large-scale US-South Korean maneuvers in the Yellow Sea, complicated the resumption of negotiations on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. According to the Deauville Declaration of May 27, 2011, the G8 countries pledged to " put up a barrier to the acute nonproliferation challenges that threaten global stability, especially in Iran and the DPRK," and condemned " the provocative behavior of the DPRK in relation to the Armistice Agreement and a number of inter-Korean agreements, its continued development of nuclear and missile programs." as well as programs for uranium enrichment and the construction of a light water reactor in violation of UN Security Council resolutions 1718 and 1874. " 1 In the summer of 2011, there were positive developments in the resumption of the Six-Party talks. In July, during the ASEAN Regional Security Forum, the first informal meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the DPRK and the Republic of Korea in the last three years took place, at which the ministers agreed to resume the negotiations of the "six". Then, First Deputy Foreign Minister Kim Kyo-gwan met with US Special Representative for North Korean Policy S. Bosworth in New York and with Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun in Beijing. However, so far Washington continues to adhere to the position that it is not interested in negotiations for the sake of negotiations. Another artillery ... Read more
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