Inconclusiveness As a Guiding Principle?

Six Decades of South Korean Unification Policy

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The question of the quality of inter-Korean relations and the inevitably associated debate on the reunification of the two countries on the Korean Peninsula do not generally lead to escalations in everyday politics in South Korea. On the contrary: There is the impression that this issue is on the country’s political agenda particularly because it is considered "good form" to address it.

Authors

Dr. Norbert Eschborn, Andreas Kindsvater

Publication series

International Reports

published

Berlin, August 4, 2015