Korea Briefing: 2000-2001 : First Steps Toward Reconciliation and Reunification
This new edition of Korea Briefing provides a timely analysis of the evolving relationship between South and North Korea. In June 2000, after years of ignoring the South Korean government, the North Korean leader Kim Jong II finally agreed to a summit meeting with South Korea's President Kim Dae Jung. As a sign of reconciliation, the summit meeting has prompted Korea and its neighbors to rethink the assumptions of the Cold War era. With contributions by a multi-national panel of Koreanexperts, the book discusses a wide range of topics, including South Korean politics and economy; Korea's relations with its neighbors and with the United States; recent changes in North Korea; the fate of North Korean defectors; and lessons in German reunification for the two Koreas. The discussions are supplemented by a glossary, a chronology of events occurring from June 1999 to June 2001, and a bibliography.
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Korea Briefing 2000-2001: First Steps Toward Reconciliation and Reunification
Kongdan Oh,Ralph C. Hassig
Ograniczony podgląd - 2002
Korea Briefing: 2000-2001: First Steps Toward Reconciliation and Reunification
Kongdan Oh,Ralph C. Hassig
Ograniczony podgląd - 2016
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Strona 13 - Almost invariably doomed to defeat and eventual massacre, the great insurrections were altogether too disorganized to achieve any lasting result. The patient, silent struggles stubbornly carried on by rural communities over the years would accomplish more than these flashes in the pan (Bloch 1966b:170).
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