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Edited by Rüdiger Frank, University of Vienna and John Swenson-Wright, University of Cambridge
This book critically addresses the potential of the liberal concept of collective security to provide a solution to conflict in East Asia, with a focus on the Korean peninsula.
Sung-Hack Kang, Korea University
This thought-provoking volume provides a valuable overarching framework towards a more informed understanding of how South Korea's relationship with the outside world has evolved in the twentieth century and the manner in which it is likely to do business in the twenty-first.
F.A. McKenzie. With an Introduction by Philip Towle University of Cambridge
The Tragedy of Korea could be seen to be both timely and relevant. First published in 1908 after some ten years’ occupation of Korea by Japan (formal annexation as part of the Japanese empire announced in 1910).
Brian Bridges, Lingnan University
The Two Koreas and the Politics of Global Sport analyses the impact of politics on the development of sport in the two Koreas over six decades and argues that inter-Korean rivalry has significantly influenced sporting ambitions and development.
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