The Korean Peace Process and the Four Powers
Tae-Hwan Kwak, Seung-Ho Joo
Ashgate, 2003 - Political Science - 173 pages
After the inter-Korean Summit in 2000, the Korean peace process gained a new momentum and the two Koreas increased mutual contacts and exchanges. However, in 2001 the peace process stalled and was further hindered by Bush's hard-line policy towards Pyongyang and North Korea's inflexible attitudes towards Seoul. geo-strategic and geo-economic reasons means that peace and unification will inevitably become an international problem. Against this backdrop, this volume deals with the problems and prospects of the inter-Korean peace process and the interests, attitudes and policies of these major powers.
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