Peace on a knife's edge : the inside story of Roh Moo-hyun's North Korea policy / Lee Jong-Seok.
- Standardized Title:
- K'allal wi ŭi p'yŏnghwa. English
- Stanford, CA : The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, 2017.
xxii, 355 pages : 23 cm
- National security -- Korea (South)
Politics and government.
Roh, Moo Hyun, 1946-2009.
Korea (South) -- Foreign relations -- 2002-
Korea (South) -- Politics and government -- 2002-
- Part I. Taking the stage of history
A momentous occasion and a new mission
A visit from Pyongyang and a message from president-elect Roh
Together with the NSC at its new beginning
Part II. A dream of an independent nation
President Roh's vision for the country
Obstacles on the path toward autonomy
Dilemmas of U.S.-South Korean relations: between sovereignty and alliance
Part III. Additional troop deployment to Iraq:
Between autonomy and peace
An individual's conviction and a president's duty
A choice that satisfied no one
Part IV. A narrow path to peace
The first step toward peace: the six-party talks and a quest for balance
Inter-Korean relations: accomplishments and ordeals
Toward the 9.19 joint statement
Part V. Unfinished tasks, unfinished times
A fragile dream of peace
Will toward balance, and obstacles
Ambitious plans that did not reach fruition: when I was unification minister.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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