Travis Morris
Associate Professor
Criminal Justice

Yangmo Ku
Associate Professor
Political Science

THE PRITZKER MILITARY MUSEUM & LIBRARY is proud to partner with Norwich University to help solidify the university as a regional center on military history and affairs. As both a private university and a non-government organization, Norwich and the Museum & Library share strong stakes in the study of military history and affairs as they have a deep impact on the character of who we are as a country. Together, the Museum & Library and Norwich build awareness of the importance of study of military history and affairs and the role of the military in a democracy.

The Journal of Peace and War Studies

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Dealing with North Korea’s Nuclear and Missile Programs: A Chinese Perspective
- Zhiqun Zhu

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The North Korean Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missile Threat: An American Perspective
- Bruce E. Bechtol Jr.

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A Treasured Sword of Justice? Explaining the Key Reasons behind North Korea’s Nuclear Development and US Policy Implications
- Yangmo Ku

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Aligning Autonomy and Alliance: Variation in South Korea’s Policy Towards North Korea and the Moon Jae-in Presidency
- Il Hyun Cho

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Primacy of Diplomacy and Economic Power: How Japan Counters North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missile Development
- Nori Katagiri

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Primacy and the United States: The Role of the US in the Modern Era
- William Pawlak

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