The two Koreas / [compiled by Grey House Publishing].Material type: TextSeries: Reference shelf ; v. 91, no. 1.Publisher: Amenia, New York : Grey House Publishing, 2019Description: xiii, 158 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type:
- Korea (North) -- History -- Sources
- Korea (South) -- History -- Sources
- Korea (North) -- Social conditions -- 21st century -- Sources
- Korea (South) -- Social conditions -- 21st century -- Sources
- Korea (North) -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Sources
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Korea (North) -- Sources
- Korean Americans -- History -- 21st century -- Sources
- 951.9 23
- DS902 .T86 2019
Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-149) and index.
A tale of two Koreas -- Hanguk and Choson -- Why is the U.S. wary of a declaration to end the Korean War? / Edward Wong -- Why there are two Koreas / Matthew Wills -- Korean War a "forgotten" conflict that shaped the modern world / Liam Stack -- History of US-North Korea deals shows hard part is making them stick / Julian Borger -- US-ROK: the forgotten alliance / Kongdan Oh -- Life in the two Koreas -- Lives divided -- These are the only people who live inside the DMZ between North and South Korea / Thomas Maresca -- What is life like for South Korean kids? Busy / Hau Chu -- For South Korea's LGBT community, an uphill battle for rights / Elise Hu -- What is life like in North Korea? / The Week -- What life is like for ordinary North Koreans / The Economist -- The Korean threat -- Widoghan (dangerous) days -- How the nuclear-armed nations brought the North Korea crisis on themselves / Simon Tisdall -- How North Korea's hackers became dangerously good / Timothy W. Martin -- Reminder: North Korea is still very much a nuclear threat / Ryan Bort -- North Korea is not the threat Trump would have you believe / Isaac Stone Fish -- North Korea rouses neighbors to reconsider nuclear weapons / David E. Sanger, Choe Sang-Hun, and Motoko Rich -- The North Korean threat beyond ICBMs / Graham Allison -- How would the US defend against a North Korean nuclear attack? / Chloe Whiteaker, Jeremy Scott Diamond, and Tony Capaccio -- North Korea's illegal weapons trade / Bruce E. Bechtol, Jr. -- The current summit talks and what they mean for the future -- The rhetorical war -- Opinion: The U.S. and North Korea have made progress. Here's how they can keep it up / Joel Wit -- South Korea reveals plan to break stalemate in U.S.-North Korea talks / John Hudson -- U.S. has little to show for stalled nuclear talks with North Korea / Tracy Wilkinson and Victoria Kim -- Why there has been no progress in nuclear talks with North Korea / L.R.S. -- North Korea accuses Washington of weaponizing human rights as nuclear talks stall / Choe Sang-Hun -- Can the U.S. reinstate "maximum pressure" on North Korea? / Eric Brewer -- Embrace the Moon miracle: why Trump should let the Koreas build peace / Daniel R. DePetris -- Korean Americans -- Korea in America -- Awe, gratitude, fear: conflicting emotions for Korean-Americans in the era of Trump / Jennifer Medina -- North Korea defectors, resettled in the US, torn as tensions escalate / Shachar Peled -- North Korean defectors see American dream deferred as reality sets in the US / Soo Youn -- Some Korean Americans have a personal stake in next week's summit: finding family / Anna Fifield and Min Joo Kim -- Conan O'Brien accidentally exposed culture gap between Koreans and Korean-Americans / Quartz.
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