International Journal of Korean Studies Spring/Summer 2014

 

 

ISSN 1091-2932

 

International Journal of

Korean Studies

 

Volume XVIII, Number 1 · Spring/Summer 2014

 

 

Publisher's Pages and Introduction of Contributors

 

In Memoriam:

Dr. Hong Nack Kim


1

 

Japanese-South Korean Relations Under the Second Abe Government Abe Government, 2012-2014

Hong Nack Kim

2

North Korea's Human Rights Policy: Formulation and Implementation

Robert Collins


26

China's Forced Repatriation of North Korean Refugees Incurs United Nations Censure

Roberta Cohen


59

Military Proliferation in the Kim Jong-un Era: The Impact on Human Rights in North Korea

Bruce E. Bechtol


91

China and the Korean Peninsula

Gordon G. Chang


116

Should The United States Support for Korean Unification And If So, How?

David Maxwell

139

The Future of Innovation in Korea

Troy Stangarone

157

Does Korea Risk Reprising Japan's Lost Decades?

Richard Katz

177

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