DENUCLEARISATION OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA. CONSEQUENCES OF THE MEETING BETWEEN DONALD TRUMP AND KIM JONG UN IN SINGAPORE 12 JUNE 2018
 
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Uniwersytet Gdański
Data publikacji online: 11-03-2020
Data publikacji: 11-03-2020
 
Przegląd Nauk o Obronności 2018;(6)
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As a consequence of the intensification of nuclear testing and long-range missiles, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has become the subject of debate and pressure from the international environment, as manifested by the increasingly stringent sanctions imposed by the UN Security Council, complemented by diplomatic pressures and intensified political influence on Pyongyang by the United States and China. As result, the relations between the two Korean states warmed, and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, offered to implement a process of denuclearisation in North Korea and a direct meeting with the US President, Donald Trump. Why did this unprecedented meeting take place and what are the con-sequences? How was the meeting perceived by the American re-gional allies? What is the position of China in connection with the events? What are the prospects for progress in relations between North Korea and the United States, South Korea, China and Japan? Is it possible to fully denuclearise the Korean Peninsula? This ar-ticle attempts to answer these questions.
ISSN:2450-6869