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The Korean Peace Process and Civil Society

Towards Strategic Peacebuilding

by Kim, Dong Jin

* First attempt to explore the Korean peace process in view of cutting-edge strategic peacebuilding theory * Advances the current state of the art by examining peacebuilding activities, from the geopolitical and inter-Korean political levels to the local civil society level * Offers a comprehensive backgrounde for those interested in peacebuilding

The Post-Cold War era witnessed a dramatic rise in breakthroughs for peace processes, including the Korean peninsula, between parties mired in protracted conflict. However, many such processes broke down within a short period of time. This book explores the possibilities for comprehensive and sustainable peacebuilding strategy in the Korean peace process, beyond reaching an agreement, by reviewing diverse peacebuilding activities from government and civil society.

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