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Title:
North and South Korea : opposing viewpoints
Author:
Dudley, William, 1964-
Publication Information:
Farmington Hills, MI : Greenhaven Press, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
188 pages : : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
North Korea is a serious military threat / U.S. Department of Defense -- North Korea's military threat has been exaggerated / John M. Swomley -- A missile defense system is needed against North Korea / Paul Wolfowitz -- A missile defense system is not needed against North Korea / Leon V. Sigal -- South Korea has achieved democracy / Larry Diamond and Doh Chull Shin -- South Korea has not yet achieved democracy / John Kie-chiang Oh -- North Korea's government has served its people well / Hugh Stephens -- North Korea's government has severely oppressed its people / International Human Rights League of Korea -- The United States should withdraw from South Korea / Doug Bandow -- The United States should not withdraw from South Korea / Glenn Baek -- The United States should engage with North Korea / David Wright -- U.S. engagement with North Korea has been a failure / Christopher Cox -- The United States should make peace with North Korea / Indong Oh -- The United States should not make peace with North Korea / Larry M. Wortzel -- Korean reunification may be imminent / Nicholas Eberstadt -- Korean reunification is not imminent / William F. Taylor -- South Korea should continue to reach out to North Korea / Kim Dae Jung -- South Korea's policy of reaching out to North Korea must be reexamined / JoongAng Ilbo -- North Korea may attempt China-style economic and political reforms / Michael Parks and Gregory F. Treverton -- North Korea will not attempt China-style reforms / Yeon Hacheong.
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ISBN:
9780737712360

9780737712353
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Summary

A half century after the Korean War, North and South Korea are still divided and comprise one of the world's foremost trouble spots. American and Korean experts present differing opinions and analyses on the economies, human rights records, and military and foreign policies of these two nations that have evolved in strikingly different directions.


Summary

A half century after the Korean War, North and South Korea are still divided and comprise one of the world's foremost trouble spots. American and Korean experts present differing opinions and analyses on the economies, human rights records, and military and foreign policies of these two nations that have evolved in strikingly different directions.