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North Korea should not give up its nuclear weapons for its national security.
Instead of nuclear weapons, other non-conventional weapons can be used for the national security.
The U.S. Secretary of Defense’s
indicated that the DPRK possesses a potentially robust biological warfare capability.
"North Korea probably could employ chemical weapon agents by modifying a variety of conventional munitions, including artillery and ballistic missiles.
For a relatively small and poor country, nuclear weapons are the most economically viable way to ensure security.
Unlike other WMD,
nuclear weapons have deterrence effects.
Therefore, other weapons are not sufficient to secure North Korean security.