Solving the North Korea Nuclear Crisis Is the Responsibility of the United Nations and Not of the Great Powers or the United Nations Security Council

Wednesday, 18 July 2018: 17:54
Oral Presentation
Cuong VU, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam
North Korea has conducted a series of missile and nuclear tests, some of which flew over South Korea and Japan, and continue to threaten other tests in the future. This escalated international tensions in the region and beyond. Failure to reduce tensions and solve the North Korea nuclear crisis this time may lead to the third world war. This paper proves that the imposition of various sanctions by the United Nations; the call for a joint freeze and dialogue by China and Russia; the suggestion of solutions through the United Nations Security Council and cooperation between the United States and China by Germany; and the “fire and fury” threat by the United States, all of which are not good for the world.