- Sixty Years and Counting. Powell, Bill; Kim, Stephen // Time International (Atlantic Edition);6/28/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 25, p38
The article discusses the strained relations between China, North Korea and South Korea. The North Korean sinking of the South Korean ship the Cheonan in March 2010 served as a reminder to many that the ill-will that resulted from the Korean War still remains. The demise of the Kim dynasty in...
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: North Korea;4/29/2011, p6
The article provides information on the foreign affairs of North Korea as of April 2011. Following the Korean War, both North Korea and South Korea have had a complicated relationship. North Korea has attempted to establish economic relationship with South Korea and to gain their support for...
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: South Korea;Apr2006, p5
Focuses on the relationship of South Korea with other counties. Involvement of the country in most specialized agencies of the United Nations; Alliance of the U.S. and Korea through the 1954 Mutual Defense Treaty; Relations between North and South Korea after the 1950-1953 Korean War.
- Another Triangle. // Time;6/11/1951, Vol. 57 Issue 24, p31
The article focuses on the second phase of the battle within the Chinese Communists and the United Nations in North Korea in June 1951. The Chinese held open their escape routes while most of their stragglers got out of South Korea in the east of Hwachon Reservoir. The U.S. government's estimate...
- U.S. cites rare N. Korean gesture as sign of changing mindsets in Pyongyang. // Geo-Strategy Direct;11/21/2007, p13
The article reports on the claim of State Department officials that a recent North Korean media report thanking the U.S. for assisting a group of North Korean merchant crew is an important sign that Pyongyang is modifying its opposition to the U.S. The Pyongyang regime is known for extremely...
- S. KOREA:. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;1/27/2014, pA02
S. KOREA: In what appears to be a conciliatory gesture with Seoul, N. Korea on Fri. OK'd resumption of reunions of families separated by the Korean War.
- Welcome to Panmunjeom: encounters with the north in contemporary South Korean cinema. Bevan, Jake // New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film;2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p45
This article examines how the conflict between North and South Korea has been represented in contemporary South Korean films. Through an analysis of films that depict the current political climate, as well as those that revisit the events of the Korean War, the article argues that film-makers...
- Peace talks. Howard, Lucy; Van Boven, Sarah // Newsweek;12/1/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 22, p6
Reports that as of Late November 1997, North Korea has agreed to begin four-way peace talks in Geneva, Switzerland, to formally end the Korean War. Dropping of previous demand that the agenda include the immediate withdrawal of US troops from South Korea; First step toward ending North Korea's...
- North vs. South. // New York Times Upfront;12/13/2002, Vol. 135 Issue 6, p19
Focuses on the Korean War from 1950 to 1953. Cause of the war; Number of civilian and military casualties.