Korea Briefing: Toward Reunification
Korea Briefing examines a period of far-reaching change in the two Koreas. Kim Il-Sung's death has marked the end of a political regime that dominated the North since before the Korean War. In the South, internal political challenges, difficult North-South issues such as economic relations, and new relationships with China, Russia, and other countries forecast momentous changes. Chapters on recent events, the state of current economic, political and international relations, and the directions of bellwether reforms in language policy and education are at the core of this study.
讀者評論 - 撰寫評論
InterKorean and Foreign Relations
South Korean Teachers Struggle for Education Reform
Life After Death in North Korea
Language Politics and Ideology in the Postwar Koreas
Suggestions for Further Reading
About the Contributors
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第 207 頁 - Korean People's Army and the Commander of the Chinese People's Volunteers, on the other hand, concerning a military armistice in Korea. PREAMBLE The undersigned, the Commander-in-Chief, United Nations Command, on the one hand, and the Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army and the Commander of the Chinese People's Volunteers...
第 146 頁 - I would thus like to take this opportunity to express anew our profound remorse and apologies for the fact that past Japanese actions, including aggression and colonial rule, caused unbearable suffering and sorrow for so many people and to state that we will demonstrate our new determination by contributing more than ever before to world peace.
第 52 頁 - Agreement on Reconciliation, Non-Aggression and Exchanges and Cooperation between the South and the North...
第 50 頁 - I argue that the prospects for major crises and war in Europe are likely to increase markedly if the Cold War ends and this scenario unfolds. The next decades in a Europe without the superpowers would probably not be as violent as the first 45 years of this century, but would probably be substantially more prone to violence than the past 45 years. This pessimistic conclusion rests on the argument that the distribution and character of military power are the root causes of war and peace.
第 5 頁 - Japanese surrender; 1948, when each sponsored the emergence of the Republic of Korea (ROK) in the South and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in the North, and June 1950, when the Korean War began. Koreans term the American and Soviet occupations "liberation.
第 28 頁 - EXCHANGES AND COOPERATION Article 15: To promote an integrated and balanced development of the national economy and the welfare of the entire people, the two sides shall engage in economic exchanges and cooperation, including the joint development of resources, the trade of goods as domestic commerce and joint ventures.
第 51 頁 - ... following principles for unification of the fatherland: First, unification shall be achieved through independent efforts without being subject to external imposition or interference. Second, unification shall be achieved through peaceful means, and not through use of force against one another. Third, a great national unity, as a homogeneous people, shall be sought first, transcending differences in ideas, ideologies and systems.
第 28 頁 - South-North Exchanges and Cooperation Article 15 To promote an integrated and balanced development of the National economy and the welfare of the entire people, the two sides shall engage in economic exchanges and cooperation, including the joint development of resources, the trade of goods as domestic commerce and joint ventures.
第 52 頁 - Korean peninsula, shall conduct inspection of the objects selected by the other side and agreed upon between the two sides, in accordance with procedures and methods to be determined by the South-North Joint Nuclear Control Commission.