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    Jongsoo James Lee
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    1403969825
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    978-1403969828
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    Palgrave Macmillan; First edition (June 14, 2006)
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    248 pages
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His thorough and subtle analysis has set a new and very high standard for the subject. Jongsoo Lee is Assistant Professor, Department of History & Political Science, at Manchester College and a Center Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University.

Authors: James Lee, Jongsoo. His thorough and subtle analysis has set a new and very high standard for the subject. Many diplomatic historians aspire to write history from a multinational and multiarchival perspective but fall short: Jongsoo Lee, however, has not. His book is properly subtitled A Global History. John Earl Haynes, author of Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America.

Sixty years after Korea's partition into South Korea and North Korea, a full understanding of how this partition occurred is still wanting. Based on a careful examination of sources in Russian, English and Korean, including new archival evidence from Moscow, this book seeks to provide this understanding. Based on a careful examination of sources in Russian, English and Korean,.

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Jongsoo James Lee. Sixty years after Korea's partition into South Korea and North Korea, a full understanding of how this partition occurred is still wanting. Based on a careful examination of sources in Russian, English and Korean, including new archival evidence from Moscow, this book seeks to provide this understanding

Lee argues that the trusteeship decision is key to the division's origins and permanency.

Jongsoo Lee. Abstract. Lee argues that the trusteeship decision is key to the division's origins and permanency. 118+ million publications.

Автор: Lee Название: The Partition of Korea After World War II ISBN: 0230602274 . Описание: The year 1947 was a turning point in the history of South Asia

Описание: The year 1947 was a turning point in the history of South Asia. The independence of British India resulted in two sovereign states: India and Pakistan. This book analyses two important dimensions of the Partition-timing and causation.

Lee argues that the trusteeship decision is key to the division's origins and permanency. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to The Partition of Korea After World War II. eTextbook Return Policy.

By: Jongsoo James Lee. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan. Print ISBN: 9781403969828, 1403969825. The Partition of Korea After World War II A Global History by Jongsoo James Lee and Publisher Palgrave Macmillan. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781403983015, 1403983011. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781403969828, 1403969825. The world’s eTextbook reader for students.

Sixty years after Korea's partition into South Korea and North Korea, a full understanding of how this partition occurred is still wanting. Based on a careful examination of sources in Russian, English and Korean, including new archival evidence from Moscow, this book seeks to provide this understanding. Taking into account not only the policies of the Soviet Union and the United States but also the roles played by the Koreans themselves, Jongsoo Lee untangles the complex dynamics of the Korean partition, placing this partition in the context of modern world history and the emerging Cold War. Comparing Korea with Germany, Austria, Finland and elsewhere after World War II, Lee suggests possible alternative outcomes to Korean partition, thus shedding light on Korea's present predicament as she faces the challenges of reunification.