Common history and different destinies of the two Korean states

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Fedorovsky A.N. Common history and different destinies of the two Korean states . – Polis. Political Studies. 2009. No. 5. P. 181-186. (In Russ.)


It cannot but be pointed first of all to the character of studying the history of Korea after 1945, as it emerges from the annotated book: it is innovatory in the Russian science. The key theses of the authors’ concept are based on thorough analysis of the tendencies in the development of both the KPDR and the RK – analysis taking into consideration political and socio-economic processes that have been taking place in both Korean states for the past six decades.

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