IJKS

International Journal of
KOREAN STUDIES

ISSN 1091-2932

SPRING/SUMMER 2003 - Volume VII, Number 1

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The U.S. - Korea Alliance: Past, Present and Future

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Hakjoon Kim

Chinese-North Korean Relations at a Crossroads

39

Samuel S. Kim

Russia's Response to the 2002 2003 North Korean Nuclear Crisis

57

Peggy Falkenheim Meyer

Nuclear Issues in U.S.-Korea Relations: An Uncertain Security Future

79

Young Whan Kihl

Brain Drain and Economic Development in the Context of U.S.-Korea Alliance

99

Sunwoong Kim and Ju-Ho Lee

Can Neo-classical Principles be an Appropriate Paradigm for the Future Economic Development in Korea?

115

Jong Won Lee

U.S. Services Trade and Investment in South Korea Under the U.S.-ROK Alliance

133

Martin H. Sours

North Korea’s Unofficial Market Economy and its Implications

147

Sungwoo Kim

Perspectives on the Economic Role of Korea and Korean Americans in US.-Korea Relations

165

Yoon-Shik Park

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