Divided Dynamism presents a cogent and comprehensive review of the political and unification policies of separated nations.
This book relates a brief historical capsule about each divided nation, illustrates the socio/economic dynamic of the divide, and offers a searing and poignant political synthesis for future unification options.
Exploring the unique roads to national unity, John J.
Metzler studies each individual state and looks at diplomatic relations in their historical context and economic aid as a foreign policy program.
He presents each country's official view of reunification and offers different scenarios for both Korean and Chinese reunification.
Divided Dynamism provides an invaluable record of the dynamics of modern politics in the post-Cold War era.
The book also explores the lessons learned from Germany's reunification and what this means for both Korea and China.