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Understanding the Korean Peninsula in the 21st Century: Political, Economic, and Security Issues in the Asia/Pacific Region. Part II, U.S. and Japanese Relations with the Korean Peninsula: Opportunities and Challenges
This curriculum unit is part two of a three-part series. Each of the three parts can be taught independently. The lessons include perspectives from each of the countries under study. This unit introduces students to challenges and opportunities presented by policy options for U.S. and Japanese relations with the Korean Peninsula at the turn of the century. Identifying and examining these options, students will gain an awareness of U.S., Japanese, and Korean perspectives on political, economic, and security issues.
Author/Creator: Mukai, Gary, Cheng, Amy, Amar, Jasmine, Donahue, Dave, Fisher, Grace, Klein, Emily, Lee, Joanne Corp Author Stanford Univ C. A. Stanford Program on International, Cross Cultural, Education
Author's address: Asian/Pacific Project, Stanford Program on International and Cross Cultural Education, Institute for International Studies, Littlefield Center, Room 14, 300 Lasuen Street, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5013; Tel: 800-578-1114 (Toll Free).
Date Published: 00-00
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For part I and III of the series, see SO 031 160-162. Additional funding for this project was also provided by the Stanford East Asia National Resource Center./ Funding: Consulate of Japan, San Francisco, CA. United States-Japan Foundation./ Audience: Practitioners/ Teachers
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