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    • 2004 Gregg, Donald 

      Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2004)
    • ‘North Korea’ in a Post-Cold War United States 

      Suh, Jae-Jung (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2005-10)
      This paper analyzes the ways in which ‘North Korea’ was securitized in a post-Cold War United States. It argues that U.S. perceptions of North Korea were a continuation of Cold War discourse of danger by other representations. ...
    • Producing Security Dilemma out of Uncertainty: The North Korean Nuclear Crisis 

      Suh, Jae-Jung (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2006-10)
      This article analyzes the North Korean nuclear crisis as an empirical case that reveals the security dilemma logic present in world politics that is overlooked in international relations theories of security dilemma. ...
    • REPORT ON CRITICAL DIMENSIONS AND PROBLEMS OF THE NORTH KOREAN FOOD SITUATION 

      Han, Sung Hun (Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 2005-02-22)
      This paper suggests one possibility for the elimination of poverty in North Korea. Despite its efforts to increase food production, North Korea has been suffering a serious food shortage problem. Under the current political ...
    • Survival of the North Korean Regime and Changing Legitimation Modes 

      Kwon, Soyoung (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2005-10)
      The paper attempts to approach the survival of the North Korean regime in the perspective of changing legitimation modes and ideological management by the leadership to fill in possible 'identity vacuum'. With a content ...
    • The Emergence of ‘North Korea’ in a Cold War United States 

      Chung, Young Chul (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2005-10)
      North Korea is commonly portrayed in the West as the most opaque society that cannot be penetrated, much less understood by outsiders. This paper traces the origins of North Korea’s opaqueness to the early days of the Cold ...
    • The Making of the North Korean State 

      Kim, Gwang-Oon (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2005-10)
      While North Korea’s official history emphasizes the indigenousness and autonomy of the North’s state formation process, and while scholars outside present the North as a satellite or a puppet, this paper takes the middle ...
    • The Rise and Demise of Industrial Agriculture in North Korea 

      Yu, Chong-Ae (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2005-10)
      Many scholars suggest that North Korea’s agriculture collapsed in the mid-1990s because of one of the three causes: overall economic decline, deficiencies of the socialist collective system, or environmental disaster. In ...
    • The Suryong System as a Collectivist Developmental Strategy 

      Chung, Young Chul (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2005-10)
      Many Western studies, seeing North Korea through the prism framed by the Cold War, depicts it as one or some combination of three images: a satellite of the Soviet Union, a totalitarian regime, or a feudal dynasty. This ...