Korea and Regional Geopolitics

Korea and Regional Geopolitics

By: Walter B. Jung (author), Xiao-Bing Li (author), Charles P. Neimeyer (contributor), Seth Seth (contributor), Willi F. Moelzer (contributor), Thomas Keith Mirabile (contributor), Richard Lee Matthews (contributor), Yong U. Glasure (contributor), Shaw Shaw (contributor), Aie-Rie Lee (contributor)Paperback

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Korea and Regional Geopolitics consists of twelve original essays written by Korea experts in the fields of political science, economics, military science, history, geography, education, international laws, and literature, using new interdisciplinary research methods and recently released documents that have not previously been employed in any English publications. The contributors' views reveal an inside perspective into one of the most important regions in the modern world by discussing national unification, democratization, international trade, U.S.-South Korea relations and the Cold War and its impact.

About Author

Walter B. Jung is Professor of Geography, director of the Western Pacific Institute, and editor of Western Pacific Journal at the University of Central Oklahoma. Xiao-bing Li is Assistant Professor of History and associate director of the Western Pacific Institute at the University of Central Oklahoma.


Chapter 1 Acknowledgment Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 The Political Dynamics of Trade Negotiation Chapter 4 Democratizing Education in South Korea Chapter 5 Education in Korea and East Asia Chapter 6 One Korea? The Potentials and Obstacles of Unification of North and South Korea Chapter 7 Factors Influencing the Future Scenario of Tong-Il Chapter 8 Modern Institutions and Traditional Values Chapter 9 Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee, Exorcisms from Demons, a Unification of the Korean Spirit Chapter 10 Paranoia, Economics, and the Conflicts in Northeast Asia Chapter 11 Human Rights, Trade with China, and the American Domestic Politics Chapter 12 Where the Cold War Went Wrong Chapter 13 Chinese Leader Images in China-U.S. Relations

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780761812548
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 202
  • ID: 9780761812548
  • weight: 240
  • ISBN10: 0761812547

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