[KS] Korea at Japan Focus
ms44 at cornell.edu
Mon Jun 4 17:52:41 EDT 2007
Dear Korea Wallahs,
Every once in a while we're struck by the fact that Japan Focus, the
e-journal on the Asia Pacific has been publishing extensively in the
area of Korean Studies. The following is but a sampling of recent
pieces that may be of interest to Korea specialists.
We welcome subscriptions to our weekly announcement linking to four
to nine new articles.
Paik Nak-chung, Democracy and Peace in Korea Twenty Years After June
1987: Where Are We Now, and Where Do We Go from Here?
Michael Honda & K Tokudome, The Japanese Apology on the "Comfort
Women" Cannot Be Considered Official: Interview with Congressman
Koh Sunhui & Kate Barclay, Traveling through Autonomy and
Subjugation: Jeju Island Under Japan and Korea
William Underwood, Proof of POW Forced Labor for Japan's Foreign
Minister: The Aso Mines
Kim Do-hyeong, The Kamikaze in Japanese and International Film
John McGlynn, North Korean Criminality Examined: the US Case
Theodore Hughes, Korean Memories of the Vietnam and Korean Wars: A
Outi Luova, Mobilizing Transnational Korean Linkages for Economic
Development on China's Frontier
Robert Prey and S. O. Lee, Tragic Fire Illuminates South Korea's
Treatment of Migrant Workers
Tessa Morris Suzuki, The Forgotten Victims of the North Korean Crisis
Takahashi Tetsuya, Koreans Under Assault From the Japanese Right
Wada Haruki, The North Korean Nuclear Problem, Japan, and the Peace
of Northeast Asia
Suk Kim, The Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, the Kaesong Industrial
Complex, and U.S.-Korea Relations
Kang Sangjung, Memories of a Zainichi Korean Childhood
Ruediger Frank, Can Economic Theory Demystify North Korea?
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