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
9
A Normal Day in Pyongyang
27
Leadership in North Korea
48
Command and Control
73
Food Famine and the Arduous March
115
Change and Regime Survival
138
A Case Study of Sinuiju
166
USDPRK Relations
185
Bluster Brinkmanship or Battle?
208
Military First
216
The Dream of Reunification
233
How Will the Story End?
257
The Worlds Most Dangerous Tripwire
272
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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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