The Foreign policy of the Republic of Korea

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Columbia University Press , New York
Korea (South) -- Foreign relat


Korea (S

Statementedited by Youngnok Koo and Sung-joo Han.
SeriesStudies of the East Asian Institute, Columbia University, Studies of the East Asian Institute.
ContributionsKu, Yŏ+g-Nok., Han, Sŭng-ju.
LC ClassificationsDS922.37 .F68 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 306 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2840008M
ISBN 100231058829
LC Control Number84001841

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What people are saying - Write a review. ODA policy and practice: Japan and the Republic of Korea With SANG-TAE KIM AND DAVID SEDDON Devastated by the Korean War and the subsequent division of the country, the Republic of Korea (hereafter “Korea”) was one of the poorest countries in the world ($82 per capita GNP) in Cited by: 2.

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Ministry of Justice. Ministry of National Defense. South Korea Table of Contents Organization and Operation. The Constitution of the Sixth Republic vests the conduct of foreign affairs in the presidency and the State Council, subject to the approval of the National Assembly.

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