eBook Crisis in a Divided Korea: A Chronology and Reference Guide, 1st Edition

  • James I. Matray
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  • ISBN-10: 1610699939
  • ISBN-13: 9781610699938
  • DDC: 951.904
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 389 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released August 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016
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Overview

This book provides scholars and students examining Korea's place in modern world politics with an invaluable resource for understanding the causes, course, and consequences of the ongoing crisis on the Korean Peninsula.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Dedication.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Abbreviations.
Maps.
1: Hermit Kingdom.
2: Imperialist Prize.
3: A House Divided.
4: Koreans Invading Koreas.
5: Fighting for Peace.
6: Guerrilla Dynasty.
7: Dictated Development.
8: Cold War Remnant.
9: Uncertain Allies.
10: Needless Quarrel.
Chronology.
Biographies.
11: Dean Gooderham Acheson (1893–1971).
12: George Walker Bush (1946– ).
13: James Earl Carter Jr. (1924– ).
14: Chang Myon (John Myon Chang) (1899–1966).
15: Chon Du-hwan (1931– ).
16: Mark Wayne Clark (1896–1984).
17: William Jefferson Clinton (1946– ).
18: Dwight David Eisenhower (1890–1969).
19: John Reed Hodge (1893–1963).
20: Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908–1973).
21: Kim Dae-jung (1926–2009).
22: Kim Il Sung (Kim Song Ju) (1912–1994).
23: Kim Jong Il (1942–2011).
24: Kim Young-sam (1927–2015).
25: Kojong (1851–1919).
26: Douglas MacArthur (1880–1964).
27: Mao Zedong (1893–1976).
28: George Catlett Marshall (1880–1959).
29: No Tae-u (1932– ).
30: Pak Chong-hui (1917–1979).
31: Pak Hon-yong (1900–1955).
32: Peng Dehuai (1898–1974).
33: Syngman Rhee (1875–1965).
34: Matthew Bunker Ridgway (1895–1993).
35: Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).
36: Joseph Stalin (1879–1953).
37: Harry S. Truman (1884–1972).
38: Yo Un-hyong (1886–1947).
39: Zhou Enlai (1898–1976).
Primary Documents.
40: 1. Korean-American Treaty, May 22, 1882.
41: 2. Taft-Katsura Memorandum, July 27, 1905.
42: 3. March First Independence Declaration, March 1, 1919.
43: 4. Cairo Declaration, December 1, 1943.
44: 5. Moscow Agreement on Korea, December 21, 1945.
45: 6. UN General Assembly Resolution of November 14, 1947.
46: 7. National Security Council (NSC) Paper 8/2, March 22, 1949.
47: 8. Soviet Politburo Directive to Soviet Ambassador to North Korea Terentii F. Shtykov, September 24, 1949.
48: 9. Dean Acheson's National Press Club Speech, January 12, 1950.
49: 10. Soviet Ambassador to North Korea Terentii F. Shtykov Cable to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vyshinsky, January 19, 1950.
50: 11. Kim Il Sung's Meetings with Joseph Stalin in Moscow, March 30–April 25, 1950.
51: 12. UN Security Council Resolution of June 25, 1950.
52: 13. UN Security Council Resolution of June 27, 1950.
53: 14. UN General Assembly Resolution of October 7, 1950.
54: 15. Joseph Stalin's Cable to Mao Zedong, October 5, 1950.
55: 16. Jacob A. Malik's Radio Address, June 23, 1951.
56: 17. Indian UN POW Resolution of December 3, 1952.
57: 18. Zhou Enlai's POW Proposal, March 30, 1953.
58: 19. U.S.-Republic of Korea Mutual Security Treaty, October 1, 1953.
59: 20. Joint South-North Korea Communique, July 4, 1972.
60: 21. Basic Agreement on North-South Reconciliation, Nonaggression, Exchanges, and Cooperation, December 13, 1991.
61: 22. Joint Declaration of the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, January 20, 1992.
62: 23. U.S.-North Korean Agreed Framework, October 21, 1994.
63: 24. President George W. Bush's “Axis of Evil” Speech, January 29, 2002.
64: 25. President Pak Geun-hye's Commemorative Address on the 70th Anniversary of Liberation, August 15, 2015.
Selected Bibliography.
Index.
About the Author.
Contributors.