Crisis In North Korea

Author by : Andrei Lankov
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Hawaii Press
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North Korea South Korea

Author by : John Feffer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Seven Stories Press
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Description : The Korean peninsula, divided for more than fifty years, is stuck in a time warp. Millions of troops face one another along the Demilitarized Zone separating communist North Korea and capitalist South Korea. In the early 1990s and again in 2002-2003, the United States and its allies have gone to the brink of war with North Korea. Misinterpretations and misunderstandings are fueling the crisis. "There is no country of comparable significance concerning which so many people are ignorant," American anthropologist Cornelius Osgood said of Korea some time ago. This ignorance may soon have fatal consequences. North Korea, South Korea is a short, accessible book about the history and political complexites of the Korean peninsula, one that explores practical alternatives to the current US policy: alternatives that build on the remarkable and historic path of reconciliation that North and South embarked on in the 1990s and that point the way to eventual reunification.


North Korea In Crisis

Author by : Sung Chull Kim
Languange : en
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The North Korean Nuclear Weapons Crisis

Author by : J. Kim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Jina Kim investigates how North Korea rationalized its pursuit of nuclear weapons programs for more than two decades, by exploring the dialectical development of the nuclear crisis and the obstacles generated by complex internal Korean dynamics and conflicting interests amongst the major players concerned.


North Korea S Second Nuclear Crisis And Northeast Asian Security

Author by : Tae-Hwan Kwak
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : North Korea's testing of a nuclear bomb sent out a shock wave throughout the world and totally changed the strategic equation in the Korean peninsula and Northeast Asia. This testing has far-reaching implications for Korean peace and unification, Northeast Asian security and America's global war on terrorism. This key volume provides an in-depth analysis of the inter-Korean and international dynamics of North Korea's nuclear crisis. It offers new insights into the six-party talks designed to resolve the crisis, suggests creative formulas to resolve the ongoing crisis through peaceful, diplomatic means and delves into the interests and policies of the major powers - the US, China, Japan and Russia - at the six-party negotiating table. The contributing authors are distinguished specialists and experts in the field and as such offer valuable expertise into the dynamics of this nuclear crisis for students and academics


Meltdown

Author by : Mike Chinoy
Languange : en
Publisher by : St. Martin's Press
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Description : When George W. Bush took office in 2001, North Korea's nuclear program was frozen and Kim Jong Il had signaled he was ready to negotiate. Today, North Korea possesses as many as ten nuclear warheads, and possibly the means to provide nuclear material to rogue states or terrorist groups. How did this happen? Drawing on more than two hundred interviews with key players in Washington, Seoul, Tokyo, and Beijing, including Colin Powell, John Bolton, and ex–Korean president Kim Dae-jung, as well as insights gained during fourteen trips to Pyongyang, Mike Chinoy takes readers behind the scenes of secret diplomatic meetings, disputed intelligence reports, and Washington turf battles as well as inside the mysterious world of North Korea. Meltdown provides a wealth of new material about a previously opaque series of events that eventually led the Bush administration to abandon confrontation and pursue negotiations, and explains how the diplomatic process collapsed and produced the crisis the Obama administration confronts today.


The North Korean Refugee Crisis

Author by : Stephan Haggard
Languange : en
Publisher by : Committee for Human Rights in North Korea
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Crisis On The Korean Peninsula

Author by : Christoph Bluth
Languange : en
Publisher by : Potomac Books, Inc.
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Description : U.S. policy toward North Korea has been politically controversial, with some supporting engagement and negotiations, and others calling for isolating the regime on the basis that it cannot be trusted. Neither approach will work, according to Bluth, who explains that North Korea's foreign and security policy is the result of both internal and external threats to the survival of a regime that can no longer sustain itself. --


China S Proliferation Practices And Role In The North Korea Crisis

Author by : U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission
Languange : en
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China S Proliferation Practices And Role In The North Korea Crisis

Author by : U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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