North Korea in Quotation: A Worldwide Dictionary, 1948-2004

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McFarland, 2005 - History - 384 pages
Since the end of World War II, the small country of North Korea has occupied a disproportionate amount of the world's diplomatic and military attention. Its defiance of the international community has mystified and frustrated generations of leaders, both in Asia and throughout the world. With its closed borders and xenophobic leadership, little is known about North Korea's government or its intentions, leaving us to examine the words of the country's leaders and international statesmen, analysts, and journalists for a balanced, critical assessment of North Korea and its relationship to the world. The 20 categories covered here provide an overview of the breadth of issues facing the Northeast Asian country. For each quote, the speaker and his or her title are identified, along with the original source of the quotation and its context. Indexed by speaker, subject and keywords.

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Contents

Preface
1
China
11
Daily Life
27
Defectors Refugees
37
Food and Energy
93
Hermit Kingdom
104
Agreed Framework Between the United States
325
Speaker Index
345
General Index
351
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About the author (2005)

Arizonan Steve Shipp is also the author of Latin American and Caribbean Artists of the Modern Era (2003) and Rainforest Organizations: A Worldwide Directory of Private and Governmental Entities (1997).

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