Modernizing the North Korean System: Objectives, Method, and Application
Six institutions in five countries that have key interests in North Korea's future undertook a collaborative effort to determine ways in which the North Korean system could move toward modernization. The effort produced illustrative plans, a consensus plan, and a tool kit for constructing alternative plans for stimulating the modernization of the North Korean system.
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Chapter One Background and Foreground
Chapter Two Methodology
Chapter Three Attributes of the System and Instruments for ItsModernization
Chapter Four Combining the Instruments into OperationalPlans
Chapter Five A Consensus Plan
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