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Presidential Election in South Korea and Inter-Korean Relations


  • Sangsoo Lee
  • Stina Bergman


The post-Kim Jong Il situation on the Korean Peninsula remains tense. This year will be a critical year for the peninsula. Will the new North Korean leadership be successfully stabilized or not? The upcoming presidential election in South Korea will have a great impact on the security situation on the peninsula. The next 12 months are likely to be a transition period opening up a new era of inter-Korean relations.[ ISDP Policy Brief]. URL:[].

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  • Sangsoo Lee & Stina Bergman, 2012. "Presidential Election in South Korea and Inter-Korean Relations," Working Papers id:4799, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4799
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