Peacemaker: Twenty Years of Inter-Korean Relations and the North Korean Nuclear Issue

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Description

More than two decades after the cold war ended elsewhere, it continues undiminished on the Korean Peninsula. The division of the Korean nation into competing North and South Korean states and the destructive war that followed constitute one of the great, and still unresolved, tragedies of the 20th century.

Peacemaker is the memoir of Lim Dong-won, former South Korean unification minister and architect of Nobel Peace Prize winner Kim Dae-Jung's sunshine policy toward North Korea. As both witness and participant, Lim traces the process of twenty years of diplomatic negotiations with North Korea, from the earliest rounds of inter-Korean talks through the historic inter-Korean summit of June 2000 and beyond.

Peacemaker offers a fascinating inside look into the recent history of North-South Korea relations and provides important lessons for policymakers and citizens who seek to understand and resolve the tragic -and increasingly dangerous -situation on the Korean Peninsula.

Product Details

Price
£22.95
Publisher
Asia/Pacific Research Center, Div of The Institute for International Studies
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781931368278
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