North Korea: The Paranoid Peninsula: A Modern History, Second Edition

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Zed Books, 15 сент. 2007 г. - Всего страниц: 334
This reissue of Paul French's acclaimed introduction to North Korea provides an up-to-the-minute overview of the politics, economics and history of the DPRK, with added chapters dealing with recent events. A new foreword examines why North Korea has not gone away as a country or as an issue and argues that an understanding of the country is more important now than ever. A new in-depth postscript offers analysis of recent years and why Pyongyang felt compelled to test a bomb.

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Beloved Leaders Brilliant
A Normal Day in Pyongyang
Leadership in North Korea
Command and Control
Food Famine and the Arduous March
Change and Regime Survival
A Case Study of Sinuiju
USDPRK Relations
Bluster Brinkmanship or Battle?
Military First
The Dream of Reunification
How Will the Story End?
The Worlds Most Dangerous Tripwire
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Paul French is the Chief China Representative of Access Asia, a market research and business intelligence company specialising in China and North Asia's economics and markets. He was educated in London and at the University of Glasgow. He is the co-author of One Billion Shoppers - Accessing Asia's Consuming Passions (1998) and author of Carl Crow - A Tough Old China Hand: The Life, Times, and Adventures of an American in Shanghai (2006). He lives in Shanghai.

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