Description - Korean Security Dynamics in Transition by K. Park
This volume brings together the work of ten scholars and experts on Korean politics to critically analyze the key factors and issues that are shaping a newly emerging security regime on and around the Korean peninsula. The Korean security regime is expected to undergo a swift structural change from 2000, given new trilateral U.S.-South Korea-Japan relations, U.S. Japan security co-operation, and increasing rivalry between China and the U.S. and China and Japan. North Korea's most recent initiatives to reach out to the international community have resulted in historic agreements on diplomatic normalization talks with the U.S. and Japan in March 2000. These talks and the first high level visit by North Korean officials to the United States aim to restructure the security dynamics on the Korean peninsula.
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Author Biography - K. Park
KYUNG-AE PARK teaches in the Department of Political Science and holds the Korea Foundation Chair of the Institute of Asian Research at the University of British Columbia, Canada. She is currently President of the Association of Korean Political Studies in North America. She has previously taught at Mercer University and Franklin and Marshall College in the U.S. Park is co-author of China and North Korea: Politics of Integration and Modernization. She has recently made three trips to North Korea. - DALCHOONG KIM is currently President of the Sejong Institute in Seoul, Korea. He previously served as Dean of the Graduate School of Public Administration and Director of the Institute for East and West Studies at Yonsei University. He has been an adviser to the South Korean government in the field of Foreign Affairs since the 1970's .