Erkunde Koreanischen Halbinsel und noch mehr!

"The Korean Peninsula remains the hub of bilateral, regional and global problems. The essence of inter-Korean relations remains unchanged. The goals of the Korean War remain unfulfilled for both parties and each believes that only complete victory over its enemy and its capitulation can put an end to it" - Anatoly V. Torkunov, Rector of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations

"The Korean Peninsula remains the hub of bilateral, regional and global problems. The essence of inter-Korean relations remains unchanged. The goals of the Korean War remain unfulfilled for both parties and each believes that only complete victory over its enemy and its capitulation can put an end to it" - Anatoly V. Torkunov, Rector of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations

This book, based on primary sources and field research, is the first of its kind to probe into the Chinese mindset to see how they perceive international relations. It analyzes the factors of power, M

Chinese Perspectives on International Relations: A Framework for Analysis (Hardcover)

This book, based on primary sources and field research, is the first of its kind to probe into the Chinese mindset to see how they perceive international relations. It analyzes the factors of power, M

Helping students identify and discuss main issues in international security today, this book evaluates the contending schools of thought and their key assumptions. It explains why states use-- or chos

Security and International Relations (Hardcover)

Helping students identify and discuss main issues in international security today, this book evaluates the contending schools of thought and their key assumptions. It explains why states use-- or chos

Gender in International Relations by J. Ann. Tickner. $29.00. Publisher: Columbia University Press (April 15, 1992). Publication: April 15, 1992. Author: J. Ann. Tickner

Gender in International Relations by J. Ann. Tickner. $29.00. Publisher: Columbia University Press (April 15, 1992). Publication: April 15, 1992. Author: J. Ann. Tickner

"The most important element is the rise of nationalism on the planet.  Nationalism is back and I think that we should focus on how to control it" - Kunihiko Miyake, Research Director, The Canon Institute for Global Studies, Japan

"The most important element is the rise of nationalism on the planet. Nationalism is back and I think that we should focus on how to control it" - Kunihiko Miyake, Research Director, The Canon Institute for Global Studies, Japan

"The first scenario is one side conquers the other one militarily.  The second one is that the peninsula experiences a peaceful, gradual consensual unification that is measured in decades, and that is the official position of the two governments.  The third possibility is the one that is usually talked about the most, which is an abrupt German-style collapse of the North and its absorption by the South" - Marcus Noland, Executive Vice President, Peterson Institute of International Economics

"The first scenario is one side conquers the other one militarily. The second one is that the peninsula experiences a peaceful, gradual consensual unification that is measured in decades, and that is the official position of the two governments. The third possibility is the one that is usually talked about the most, which is an abrupt German-style collapse of the North and its absorption by the South" - Marcus Noland, Executive Vice President, Peterson Institute of International Economics

WPC 2014, Seoul - Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations

WPC 2014, Seoul - Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations

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