Politics and Policies in Divided Korea : Regimes in Contest

By: Kihl, Young Whan

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This comparative study of North and South Korea is unique in its analysis of Korean politics as a manifestation of the politics of a divided nation. Professor Kihl discusses the details of developments in the two Koreas in the context of the political dynamics and processes in each culture, and its links with the external environment. After surveying changes occurring between 1945 and 1980, he focuses largely on the politics of transition in the era of the 1980s, interrelating domestic and foreign politics with specific domestic policies, foreign policy behavior, and unification policy pursued by the Korean regimes. 307 pages with index, bibliography, and notes. Pencil underlining in one section. A few light scratches on the cover, with a few light pen marks on the bottom edges. 8 3/4" x 6" wide

Title: Politics and Policies in Divided Korea : Regimes in Contest

Author: Kihl, Young Whan

Categories: Asia,

Edition: Second Printing

Publisher: Boulder, CO, Westview Press: 1984

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 003298

Keywords: North Korea South Korea POLITICS DOMESTIC FOREIGN UNIFICATION 01,