Prospects for Reunification

Taylor, William J.
June 2000
World & I;Jun2000, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p30
Discusses the possible reunification of North and South Korea. Reason for conducting various studies on Korea; Weapons of mass destruction from North Korea; Nations affected by the reunification; Policy of engagement of South Korea.


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