The secretive nature of the North Korean government provides the United States with only limited information about the country’s capabilities and resolve. Both countries have doubts about the credibility of each other’s promises. The United States looks at North Korea’s record of violating past agreements, threatening its neighbors, sponsoring terrorism, and selling weapons to other countries and concludes the regime is not very trustworthy. North Korea likely worries that acceding to the demand of the United States that it abandon its nuclear weapons would create irresistible temptations for the United States to seek to overthrow the regime.
How, if at all, can raising the costs of war, increasing transparency, and seeking to divide indivisible goods contribute to a durable and peaceful bargain between the U.S. and North Korea?
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