International Journal of
KOREAN STUDIES

ISSN 1091-2932

FALL/WINTER 1998 - Volume II, Number 1

Download Full Version of IJKS FALL/WINTER 1998

Democratization in Korea: The United States Role,1980 and 1987

1

William Stueck

Korea's Relations with China and Japan in the Post-Cold War Era

27

IlpyongJ. Kim

North Korea's

45

C. Kenneth Quinones

Presidential Election and the Rooting of Democracy

52

David I. Steinberg

Democratization and Economic Development in South Korea

69

WheeGook Kim

Change and Continuity in Korean Culture: An Overview

100

Hong Nack Kim

Democratic Political Culture vis-a-vis the Challenges of Global Competitiveness and Lean Government: A Case Study of South Korea

121

Dong Suh Bark and Ilpyong J. Kim

The Economic Crisis of South Korea and its Political Impact

129

Hang Yul Rhee

The International Gap in Korean-American' Attitudes toward Unification of Korea

147

Gon Namkung

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