Crisis in Korea

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14th April, 2012
Tim Beal is New Zealand’s, and probably Australasia’s, leading expert on North Korea. His latest book, Crisis in Korea: America, China, and the Risk of War, is a sequel to his 2005 monograph, North Korea: The Struggle Against American Power, both of which blame the United States for inter-Korean tensions. America-sceptics will find much to agree with. The America-tolerant will be  bemused – some affronted. All will be better informed. Readers will be intrigued by Beal’s conclusions that North Korea was not responsible for the 1950 Korean War, the torpedoing of the ...

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