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Hungry for peace : international security, humanitarian assistance, and social change in North Korea

Hungry for peace : international security, humanitarian assistance, and social change in North Korea (Loan 14 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Smith, Hazel , 1954-.
Title Statement
Hungry for peace : international security, humanitarian assistance, and social change in North Korea / Hazel Smith.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Washington, D.C. :   United States Institute of Peace ,   2005.  
Physical Medium
xix, 339 p. : map ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1929223587 (pbk.) 1929223595 (cloth)
요약
Smith describes the famine that devastated the country in the 1990s and the international rescue program that Pyongyang requested and received. Together, the famine and the humanitarian response have wrought subtle but profound changes in North Korea's economy, society, and security outlook. Smith argues that the regime has been prodded into accepting some international norms, allowed markets to develop, and has included some human security concerns alongside military-political interests in its negotiations with the West.
Content Notes
Preventing war and forging peace -- The human security trade-off -- Government paralysis and socioeconomic reconstitution -- The humanitarian intervention -- The nexus of human, national, and international Security interests -- Pursuing a new national security policy -- International security, human security, and humanitarian assistance -- Intelligent intervention: The option for peace and security.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-318) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Humanitarian assistance -- Korea (North) Famines -- Korea (North)
Subject Added Entry-Geographic Name
Korea (North) -- Politics and government.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

헤이즐 스미스(지은이)

영국 런던 SOAS 한국학연구센터 연구교수. 런던정경대학에서 국제관계학 박사학위를 받았고 센트럴랭커셔대학 한국학 국제연구소 소장 등을 지냈다. 온갖 ‘신화’에 둘러싸인 북한의 정치·경제·사회를 철저한 자료조사에 근거해 과학적으로 연구해왔다. 특히 북한과 동아시아 안보 및 식량 원조를 비롯해 국제 인도주의에 관심을 두고 있다. 1998년에서 2001년 사이에 세계식량계획과 유엔아동기금 업무를 맡아 2년가량 북한에 체류하며, 세계식량계획 역사상 최대 규모의 식량 원조 사업을 감독했다. 지은 책으로 Hungry for Peace (2005), North Korea in the New World Order (공저, 1996) 등이 있다.

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