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Ten Years of Knowledge Partnership with North Korea

Park, Jin / Seung-Ho Jung

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Abstract

This article analyzes broadly defined economics-related knowledge partnership (KP) between North Korea and the international community. Knowledge partnership with North Korea was prominent during 2001-2004 but decreased drastically after 2005 due to the heightening of the North Korean nuclear issue. Some organizations, however, have been very successful in continuing their KP programs. Based on an examination of ninety-one KP projects during 1997-2006, this article outlines the trends in knowledge partnership with North Korea, and suggests dos and don’ts in this important initiative.

Issue Date
2007
Publisher
Lynne Rienner Publishers
Keywords
North Korea; NGO programs; economic develop-ment in East Asia; North Korea; NGO programs; economic develop-ment in East Asia
Citation
ASIAN PERSPECTIVE, v.31, no.2, pp.75 - 93, 2007
Journal Title
ASIAN PERSPECTIVE
Start Page
75
End Page
93
ISSN
0258-9184
Language
English
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