SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON KOREAN UNIFICATION

edited by

Ilpyong Kim
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
University of Connecticut
ikim@uconnvm.uconn.edu
Presdient
The International Council on Korean Studies (ICKS)

and

Moo-Young Han
Professor of Physics
Duke University
myhan@phy.duke.edu
Chairman
The Society of Korean-American Scholars (SKAS)
Editor of
KASTN
IEKAS
WWW Virtual Library - South Korea
WWW Virtual Library - North Korea
KAWWW
Korean-American Forum

Preamble

It has been a half century since the two separate Koreas were established on the Korean peninsula - South Korea in August of 1948 and North Korea in September of the same year. It was in 1972 that the so-called July 4 South-North Joint Communique established a broad framework of principles for the eventual unification. The Communique provided the basis - the lightening rod - for commencing studies of the issues of the Korean unification; since then many hundreds of articles, books, research reports and studies have been published - in Korean, Japanese and English, in particular. This bibliography is selected from the English language materials and we plan to maintain it in an open manner in that any and all readers are welcome to send in additional materials.

Selected Bibliography

  1. Source Materials

  2. General Studies

  3. Studies on North Korea

  4. Comparative Analysis of North and South Korea

  5. Journals and Serials

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