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One Korea?: Challenges and Prospects for Reunification

via Books by Hoover Fellows
Saturday, January 1, 1994

A distinguished panel of scholars from around the world convened at the Hoover Institution in June 1993 to assess prospects for a reunited Korea. Scenarios for reunification identified at that conference are presented in this volume.

Two Societies in Opposition: The Republic of China and the People's Republic of China after 40 years

via Books by Hoover Fellows
Tuesday, January 1, 1991

The essays in this book employ a multidisciplinary approach to systematically compare the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China on Taiwan.

The New Wealth of Nations

by Guy Sormanvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Monday, January 1, 1990

The title of Guy Sorman's book pays homage to the great European economist Adam Smith and his book The Wealth of Nations. Smith was a moralist preoccuppied with the notion of social justice and a realist who believed in an unfettered free market. Sorman's study reiterates that the free market is the universal principle of development, that the free market works.

China Connection: U.S. Policy and the People's Republic of China

by James A. Gregorvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Wednesday, January 1, 1986

This series will provide expert analyses of U.S. interests and involvement in key countries, regions, and organizations.

U.S.-Japan Strategic Reciprocity: A Neo-Internationalist View

by Edward A. Olsenvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Tuesday, January 1, 1985

This volume evaluates the past, present, and future course of U. S.-Japan security relations.

A Vietnam Experience: Ten Years of Reflection

by James Bond Stockdalevia Books by Hoover Fellows
Sunday, January 1, 1984

Admiral Stockdale looks back at his ten years in Vietnam. Ranging in subject from methods of communication in prison to military ethics to the principles of leadership, the thirty-four selections contained in this volume are a unique record of what their author calls a "melting experience," a pressure-packed existence that forces one to grow.

China and Japan: New Economic Diplomacy

by Chae-Jin Leevia Books by Hoover Fellows
Sunday, January 1, 1984

On the basis of a judicious use of indigenous materials and field research conducted in China and Japan, the author examines Sino-Japanese economic diplomacy. This original in-depth analysis concentrates on a few salient cases of Sino-Japanese economic interaction: a multibillion-dollar steel complex at Baoshan, the joint offshore oil development in the Bohai Sea, and Japanese government loans provided to fund China's important construction projects.

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