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IEW 2 Mr. Mckee
5 November 2010
An annotated bibliography
Beck, Peter M. “The cost of Korean reunification.” Atlantic Council. Web. 7 Jan, 2010.
In this article, Peter predicts how much modernizing the North’s economy will cost after Korean reunification and which nations will be engaged to do it.
Chamberlain, Paul F. Today’s Korean Question: Establishing Peace on a Denuclearized
Korean Peninsula, Quantico, VA: Marine Corps University Foundation, 2007. Print.
Eberstadt, Nicholas. “The North Korea endgame”. Wall Street Journal. Web. 30 April 2010.
In this article, Nicholas emphasizes why Korean reunification should be achieved under South Korea’s democratic, even if it is painful, wrenching and tremendously expensive proposition to South Korea, He shows the possible events about what kinds of bad situations will happen under the continuous long-divided peninsula.
Goghlan, David. Prospects from Korean reunification, Carlisle, PA: U.S. Army War
College, 2008. Print. 28 Oct, 2010.
In this thesis, David examines the prospects from Korean reunification. This paper mainly consists of four sections; the North Korean regime, the enormous cost of reunification, reunification scenarios and how Korean reunification has impact on the nations: South Korea, China, the United States, Japan and Russia.
Hart, Martin. The promise and perils of Korean Reunification, Portland, Oregon: Lewis
and Clark College, 2009. Print. 28 Oct, 2010.
Jager, Sheila Miyoshi Time to End the Korean War: The Korean Nuclear Crisis in the
Era of Unification, Ohio: Oberlin College 2006. Japan Focus, Web. 9 Nov. 2007
Kim, Samuel S. The Two Koreas and the Great Powers, New York: Cambridge
Ko, Kyoung-tae. Poverty Nearly Doubled in the Last Decade. Korea Herald. Web. 19
Manning, Robert A. and Przystup, James J. The Great Powers and The Future of Korea,
March 1998. Columbia International Affairs Online. Web.13 Nov. 2007....