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Korea's Relations with Her Neighbors in a Changing World

Korea's Relations with Her Neighbors in a Changing World
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Recently we have witnessed drastic changes in international situation at large and the situation in and around the Korean peninsula in particular. South Korea has accomplished diplomatic success by means of its "Northern Policy." She has normalized her relations with the countries of Eastern Europe including Russia and later, with China. She has also been admitted to the United Nations as a full member. In order to shed light on the background and the force of South Korea's political development and diplomatic achivements, Dr. Kim has gathered the papers he wrote on the Northern Policy of Korea and also on her relations with her neighbors in the light of the Korean War and the division of the Korean peninsula.

Product ID: 104526     ISBN-10: 1565910141
Category: Politics
Supporting language: English
Platforms/media types: Printed Matter
Specifications: 775pp. 15x22.5cm. hardcover.
Kim Hakjoon (Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1972) is Professor of Political Science at the Graduate School, Dangook University, Seoul, Korea. Dr. Kim was a Member of the 12th National Assembly and Chief Press Secretary to and Spokesperson for the President of the Republic of Korea. During 1993-94, he is a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C.