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Oberdorfer, Don.(Author).
Carlin, Robert, 1947-(Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780465031238 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 0465031234 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: xix, 519 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : ... Read More
  • Edition: Revised and updated third edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Basic Books, A member of the Perseus Books Group, [2014]

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Includes bibliographical references (pages ... Read More
Formatted Contents Note:
1 Where the Wild Birds Sing 1 -- The Emergence of ... Read More
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"Ever since Korea was first divided at the end of ... Read More
"A new edition of the definitive overview of ... Read More
Subject: Korea (South) > History.
Korea (North) > History.
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24514. ‡aThe two Koreas : ‡ba contemporary history / ‡cDon Oberdorfer and Robert Carlin.
250 . ‡aRevised and updated third edition.
264 1. ‡aNew York : ‡bBasic Books, A member of the Perseus Books Group, ‡c[2014]
300 . ‡axix, 519 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : ‡billustrations, map ; ‡c24 cm
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520 . ‡a"Ever since Korea was first divided at the end of World War II, the tension between its northern and southern halves has riveted-and threatened to embroil-the rest of the world. In this landmark history, now thoroughly revised and updated in conjunction with Korea expert Robert Carlin, veteran journalist Don Oberdorfer grippingly describes how a historically homogenous people became locked in a perpetual struggle for supremacy-and how they might yet be reconciled"-- ‡cProvided by publisher.
520 . ‡a"A new edition of the definitive overview of contemporary Korean history, updated with new material to account for recent, dramatic events"-- ‡cProvided by publisher.
504 . ‡aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 473-504) and index.
50500. ‡g1 ‡tWhere the Wild Birds Sing ‡g1 -- ‡tThe Emergence of Two Koreas ‡g2 -- ‡tWar and Its Aftermath ‡g6 -- ‡tThe Origins of Negotiation ‡g9 -- ‡tKim II Sung ‡g13 -- ‡tConversations with the South ‡g18 -- ‡g2 ‡tThe End of the Beginning ‡g22 -- ‡tPark Chung Hee ‡g25 -- ‡tWashington Blinks at Park's Coup ‡g30 -- ‡tThe Impact of Yashin ‡g33 -- ‡g3 ‡tThe Trouble Deepens ‡g39 -- ‡tTensions Increase ‡g40 -- ‡tThe Struggle with Japan ‡g42 -- ‡tThe Underground War ‡g45 -- ‡tChallenge from the North ‡g47 -- ‡tEchoes of Saigon ‡g52 -- ‡tThe South Korean Nuclear Weapons Program ‡g55 -- ‡tMurder in me Demilitarized Zone ‡g59 -- ‡g4 ‡tThe Carter Chill ‡g67 -- ‡tCarter's Withdrawal: Origins and Implementation ‡g68 -- ‡tThe View from Pyongyang ‡g75 -- ‡tEnd of the Carter Withdrawal ‡g80 -- ‡g5 ‡tAssassination and Aftermath ‡g87 -- ‡tGrowing Domestic Tensions ‡g89 -- ‡tThe Coming of Chun Doo Hwan ‡g92 -- ‡tThe Kwangju Uprising ‡g98 -- ‡tThe Fight to Save Kim Dae Jung ‡g105 -- ‡g6 ‡tTerror and Talk ‡g109 -- ‡tThe Negotiating Track ‡g112 -- ‡tFloods and Face-to-Face Talks ‡g115 -- ‡tKim II Sung and the Soviet Connection ‡g119 -- ‡g7 ‡tThe Battle for Democracy in Seoul ‡g126 -- ‡tChun's Succession Struggle ‡g126 -- ‡tThe Election of 1987 ‡g135 -- ‡g8 ‡tThe Great Olympic Coming-Out Party ‡g140 -- ‡tThe Coming of the Olympics ‡g140 -- ‡tThe Bombing of KAL Flight 858 ‡g144 -- ‡tThe Rise of Nordpolitik ‡g146 -- ‡tWashington Launches a Modest Initiative ‡g150 -- ‡g9 ‡tMoscow Switches Sides ‡g154 -- ‡tThe Roots of Change ‡g156 -- ‡tGorbachev Meets Roh ‡g159 -- ‡tThe Shevardnadze Mission ‡g165 -- ‡t"How Long Will the Red Flag Fly?" ‡g169 -- ‡tSoviet-South Korean Economic Negotiations ‡g175 -- ‡g10 ‡tChina Shifts its Ground ‡g178 -- ‡tA Visit to North Korea ‡g180 -- ‡tChina Changes Course ‡g186 -- ‡g11 ‡tJoining the Nuclear Issue ‡g194 -- ‡tThe Origins of the Nuclear Program ‡g196 -- ‡tNuclear Diplomacy: The American Weapons ‡g198 -- ‡tFirst Steps ‡g200 -- ‡tThe December Accords ‡g203 -- ‡tMeeting in New York ‡g207 -- ‡tThe Coming of the Inspectors ‡g208 -- ‡tFirst Inspections ‡g209 -- ‡tFrom Accommodation to Crisis ‡g212 -- ‡g12 ‡tWithdrawal and Engagement ‡g219 -- ‡tThe Light-Water-Reactor Plan ‡g224 -- ‡tKim Young Sam Blows the Whistle ‡g228 -- ‡tThe Season of Crisis Begins ‡g232 -- ‡g13 ‡tShowdown Over Nuclear Weapons ‡g239 -- ‡tThe Defueling Crisis ‡g240 -- ‡tThe Military Track ‡g244 -- ‡tThe Deepening Conflict ‡g248 -- ‡tCarter in Pyongyang ‡g256 -- ‡g14 ‡tDeath and Accord ‡g265 -- ‡tThe End of an Era ‡g268 -- ‡tThe Succession of Kim Jong Il ‡g271 -- ‡tThe Framework Negotiations ‡g274 -- ‡tFallout from the Agreed Framework ‡g280 -- ‡tThe Kim Jong Il Regime ‡g281 -- ‡tVisit to Pyongyang ‡g283 -- ‡tThe Struggle over the Reactors ‡g285 -- ‡g15 ‡tNorth Korea in Crisis ‡g289 -- ‡tPolitical Earthquake in Seoul ‡g295 -- ‡tSummit Diplomacy and the Four-Party Proposal ‡g299 -- ‡tThe Submarine Incursion ‡g302 -- ‡tNorth Korea's Steep Decline ‡g308 -- ‡tThe Passage of Hwang Jang Yop ‡g312 -- ‡tThe Two Koreas in Time of Trouble ‡g316 -- ‡g16 ‡tTurn Toward Engagement ‡g319 -- ‡tInto the Heavens, Under the Earth ‡g319 -- ‡tToward an Aid-Based State ‡g323 -- ‡tPerry to the Rescue ‡g326 -- ‡tToward the June Summit ‡g330 -- ‡tSummit in Pyongyang ‡g335 -- ‡tEngaging the United States ‡g340 -- ‡g17 ‡tThe End of the Agreed Framework ‡g347 -- ‡tA Rocky Start ‡g350 -- ‡tThe Impact of 9/11 ‡g356 -- ‡tThreads Come Together: Japan-North Korea Talks ‡g359 -- ‡tSlouching Toward the Cliff ‡g362 -- ‡tKim Jong Il's Progress ‡g364 -- ‡tThe Unquiet Americans ‡g366 -- ‡tThe Morning After ‡g372 -- ‡g18 ‡tTrouble in the Us-Rok Alliance ‡g381 -- ‡tProblems for Diplomacy ‡g382 -- ‡tSunshine, Barely ‡g385 -- ‡tTensions Rise ‡g392 -- ‡tThe Six-Party Mirage ‡g395 -- ‡tNuclear Peek-a-Boo ‡g398 -- ‡tA Year of Zigzags ‡g400 -- ‡tThe End of KEDO ‡g411 -- ‡tTraction, at Last ‡g413 -- ‡tRumble in Punggye ‡g416 -- ‡g19 ‡tThe Emperor's New Clothes ‡g419 -- ‡tSigns of Succession ‡g424 -- ‡tDiplomatic Downturn ‡g427 -- ‡tA Terrible Start ‡g431 -- ‡tClinton's Visit ‡g435 -- ‡tTurning to the South ‡g437 -- ‡tA Second North-South Summit, but Not a Third ‡g439 -- ‡tSecret Talks, Public Clashes ‡g443 -- ‡tThe Rise of Chinese Influence ‡g446 -- ‡tRare Backlash ‡g449 -- ‡tYeonpyeong Island ‡g451 -- ‡tKim Jong Il's Death and Beyond ‡g452 -- ‡tThe New Look ‡g456.
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