- WHY NO SPILLOVER EFFECT BETWEEN THE TWO KOREAS? Insoo Kim // Journal of East Asian Affairs;Spring/Summer2014, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p33
This study aims to examine why the South Korean government's engagement policy toward North Korea did not create a functionalist spillover effect. In pursuit of this goal, we address two questions: (1) What factors make North Korea especially supportive of inter-Korean dialogue on low-level...
- Government's Role in Resource Diplomacy. Yang Yong-ho // Korea Focus;Summer2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p17
The author reflects on the role of the government in resource diplomacy in both South and North Korea. He asserts that the two Koreas' resource diplomacy must be secretly conducted under elaborately devised strategies. He advices that its technologies and experiences in development must be fully...
- South Korea's Search for a Unification Strategy. Seongji Woo // Orbis;Summer2003, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p511
The article presents information related to the official unification policy of the government of South Korea's president Roh Moo Hyun, towards North Korea. As reported, Roh Moo's predecessor Kim Dae Jung's policy toward Pyongyang has produced mixed results. It is also reported that due to Kim's...
- North Korea-South Korea Relations: Waiting for Better. Foster-Carter, Aidan // PacNet Newsletter;9/14/2012, Issue 59, p2
The article discusses the worsening relations between North and South Korea as of September 2012 where both showed very little interaction during previous months, with North Korea getting nastier when engaging in it calls megaphone diplomacy.
- Political Conditions. Coleman, Denise Youngblood // North Korea Country Review;2013, p10
The article focuses on the political unrest and diplomatic isolation suffered by North Korea during the 1990s and explains the less positive path it took in the realm of geopolitics due to events that happened from 2001 onwards especially in its relationships with South Korea.
- SOUTH KOREA STEPS OUT OF THE SUNSHINE. Foster-Carter, Aidan // Newsweek;4/26/2010, Vol. 155 Issue 17, p8
The article examines how the change in attitude toward North Korea by South Korean president Lee Myung-bak has impacted diplomatic relations with North Korea.
- NORTH KOREA GETS COOPERATIVE. Yokota, Takashi // Newsweek;8/9/2010, Vol. 156 Issue 6, p6
The article reports that North Korea has shown signs of a greater willingness to negotiate with South Korea over their differences.
- Pyongyang Tries to Save Face. Yokota, Takashi // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);6/7/2010 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 155 Issue 23, p14
The article discusses attempts by North Korea to reconcile political differences with South Korea, following a North Korean attack on the South Korean warship Cheonan. Topics include an overview of the diplomatic measures taken by North Korean leader Kim Jong-il to resolve inter-Korean conflict,...
- Pyongyang Tries to Save Face. Yokota, Takashi // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);6/7/2010 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 155 Issue 23, p9
The article discusses attempts by North Korea to reconcile political differences with South Korea, following an alleged North Korean attack on the South Korean warship Cheonan. Topics include an overview of the diplomatic measures taken by North Korean leader Kim Jong-il regarding inter-Korean...