[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Hong-Kyoo Park, "Recent Inter-Korean Relations: An Emphasis on a South-North Economic Meeting," presented at the Conference on Northeast Asia: Ten- sions in the Korean Peninsula, co-sponsored by the ROK Foreign Ministry's Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS) and the Hoover Institution (November 19-20, 1984)
Park
Recent Inter-Korean Relations: An Emphasis on a South-North Economic Meeting
Conference on Northeast Asia: Tensions in the Korean Peninsula, co-sponsored by the ROK Foreign Ministry's Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS) and the Hoover Institution
1984
"North-South Economic Talks in Korea," Press Release No. 83, Novem- ber 16, 1984, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, United Nations Mission.
2
Ha Young-sun's chapter on South Korea and the writer's chapter on North Korea in James E. Katz (ed.), Arms Production in Developing Countries (Lexington, Mass: Lexington Books, 1984).
Young-sun
Arms Production in Developing Countries
1984
3
U.S.-Japan Strategic Reci- procity: A Neo-Internationalist View (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1985).
U.S.-Japan Strategic Reciprocity: A Neo-Internationalist View
1985
4
The Korea Herald, November 28, 1985, pp. 1-2.
November 28
1
The Korea Herald
1985
5
Col. Hwang Dong-joon's "South Korea's Defense Industry: An Asset for the U.S.," Number 38 in the Heritage Foundation's Asian Studies Center Backgrounder series, December 10, 1985. Col.
Dong-joon
December 10
Backgrounder
1985
Far East- ern Economic Review, March 6, 1985, pp. 83-84.
March 6
83
Far Eastern Economic Review
1985
6
"Northeast Asian Security: A Trilateral Alternative" in Naval War College Review, January-February 1985.
January
Naval War College Review
1985
7
U.S. and South Korean authorities at the annual conference (1982, 1983, 1984, and 1985) on Ko- rea's place in Northeast Asian security, co-sponsored by IFANS and Georgetown Univer- sity's Center for Strategic and International Studies, Pacific Forum, and the Hoover Institution.
annual conference (1982, 1983, 1984, and 1985) on Korea's place in Northeast Asian security, co-sponsored by IFANS and Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies, Pacific Forum, and the Hoover Institution
8
C. I. Eugene Kim's "Civil- Military Relations in the Two Koreas," in Armed Forces & Society, Fall1984
Kim
Fall
Armed Forces & Society
1984
"The Societal Role of the ROK Armed Forces," in E. A. Olsen and S. Jurika (eds.), The Armed Forces in Contemporary Asian Societies (Boulder: Westview Press, 1985).
Olsen
The Societal Role of the ROK Armed Forces
The Armed Forces in Contemporary Asian Societies
1985
9
The Far Eastern Eco- nomic Review, June 20, 1985, pp. 18-19
June 20
18
The Far Eastern Economic Review
1985
Sankei Shimbun, June 28, 1985, p. 1.
June 28
1
Sankei Shimbun
1985
11
Kwak Tae-hwan, Kim Chong-han, and Kim Hong-nak (eds.), Korean Reunification: New Perspectives and Approaches (Seoul: Kyungnam University Press, Insti- tute for Far Eastern Studies, 1984).
Tae-hwan
Korean Reunification: New Perspectives and Approaches
1984
12
Kwak Tae-hwan, "A Block-Building Model of Korean Political Integration: Re- visited," in ibid., pp. 295-305.
Tae-hwan
295
A Block-Building Model of Korean Political Integration: Revisited
1984
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