Северокорейская ядерная проблема после смены администрации в Белом Доме: новая политика

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DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-3-52-62
О. Давыдов, 4545233@mail.ru
ИМЭМО им. Е.М. Примакова РАН, РФ, 117997 Москва, ул. Профсоюзная, 23.

Статья поступила в редакцию 24.10.2021.

Аннотация

Статья посвящена политике США в отношении КНДР при администрации Джо Байдена. Трансформация американских подходов рассматривается на фоне неудач, постигших Д. Трампа в попытках добиться заключения всеобъемлющей сделки с Пхеньяном по ядерной проблеме. Дистанцируясь от прежнего курса на достижение комплексного и окончательного урегулирования, Вашингтон нацеливается на решение практических задач обеспечения текущих “жизненных интересов” в сфере безопасности как самих США, так и их ближайших союзников в АТР – Южной Кореи и Японии. Освещаются некоторые новые идеи, циркулирующие в американском экспертном сообществе, включая концепцию “контроля над вооружениями” на Корейском полуострове, а также основные элементы северокорейских подходов к вопросу о диалоге с США.


Ключевые слова

ядерная проблема, ракетно-ядерные программы, денуклеаризация, угрозы безопасности, контроль над вооружениями, Джо Байден, Д. Трамп, Ким Чен Ын, Корейский полуостров, КНДР, США


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Давыдов О. Северокорейская ядерная проблема после смены администрации в Белом Доме: новая политика. Мировая экономика и международные отношения, 2022, т. 66, № 3, сс. 52-62. https://doi.org/10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-3-52-62



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