International Journal of
KOREAN STUDIES

ISSN 1091-2932

Volume XV, Number 2 · Fall/Winter 2011

Publisher's Pages and Introduction of Contributors

China's Recent Relations with North Korea?Look Beyond Stability

1

Robert Sutter

The Obama Administration's Korea Policy and the Prospects for the Denuclearization of North Korea

17

Larry A. Niksch

The Lee Government's Policy toward the Denuclearization of North Korea and its Implications for South-North Korean Relations

43

Hong Nack Kim

Nuclear Strategy, Political Succession and the Survival of the Kim Regime

75

Young Whan Kihl

The North Korean Economy After the 2009 Currency Reform: Problems and Prospects

105

Dick K. Nanto

The U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA): Looking Ahead--Prospects and Potential Challenges

127

William Cooper and Mark Manyin

The Integration of North Korean Defectors in South Korea: Problems and Prospects

151

Tara O

American Missionaries and the Korean Independence Movement in the Early 20th Century

171

K. Kale Yu

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