The question “Is North Korea a rational actor?” is ubiquitous throughout both academic work and media speculation on East Asian security. Coloring the DPRK crazy does little to address security concerns or provide useful analysis of the multiple security crises on the Korean peninsula, instead serving only to support a narrative that promotes political policy that has already determined the DPRK to be irrational. The alternative argument is that North Korea is knowable, and that we are asking the wrong questions. … Continue readingIs North Korea a Rational Actor?
Yesterday evening in the Kings College Maughan Library was a two-part event by Women in War and International Politics on being a woman in nuclear studies and so-called New Nuclear Initiatives. … Continue readingNew Nuclear Initiative talk by Women in War and International Politics