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The Conclusion of a Korean Peace Treaty and the U.S. Strategy in the Asia Pacific Region


  • Ho Hak Rim


The current century has witnessed every country locked in a hot race to increase its national power through peaceful development, which made Koreans ever more desirous of peace. But why has the Korean Peninsula, contrary to this desire, been haunted by the ghost of war for more than half a century? For whom and for what is the increased tension on the Korean Peninsula needed? [ISDP Asia Paper]. URL:[].

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  • Ho Hak Rim, 2012. "The Conclusion of a Korean Peace Treaty and the U.S. Strategy in the Asia Pacific Region," Working Papers id:4872, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4872
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