试析“六方会谈”各方在朝核问题上的地缘政治博弈 / An Analysis of the Geopolitical Game among the Parties of the "Six Party Talks" on the DPRK Nuclear Issue
The international community generally believes that the game on the DPRK nuclear issue among related countries is about proliferation and nonproliferation. This paper argues that DPRK’s nuclear issue is a geopolitical game in essence, and only looks like a game about proliferation. The struggle between proliferation and nonproliferation is an important element of the game, but it does reflect its essence. The DPRK nuclear issue is caught in a deadlock with no solution in sight due to the fact that the international society tries to conceive, judge and solve this geopolitical problem based on the logics of a nonproliferation issue. The result is that the international community cannot come up with the right solution to this conundrum, just like a doctor prescribing the wrong medicine for an illness. In order to fundamentally resolve the DPRK nuclear issue, the international community needs to revisit the geopolitical essence of this issue and seek a reasonable solution from the perspective of geopolitics.
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