Is Korean Politics in a State of Evolution?

Kim Se-joong; Kim Dae-ho; Kim Yong-ho; Kim Jae-han; Park Chan-wook
August 2012
Korea Focus;Aug2012, p1
Information on a roundtable on the topic "Is Korean politics in a state of evolution?" which was held in 2012 is presented. Topics include changes in the Saenuri Party of South Korea, the Grand National Party, politics of Korea, the Democratic Party of Korea, changing of political party names and elections in the country.


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