Freezing North Korea’s Nuclear Program: Part II – The Reality of Unification Through Regime Change

Although the idea of reunification through regime change is presented as straightforward, there are other significant factors that must be taken into consideration. According to Joel Wit, these factors include an evaluation of how North Korean citizens view their own government, how a prolonged insurgency would impact South Korea, and the way North Korea would use their stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction in the event of an insurgency.