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"India" in Global Expectations for Korean Unification

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  • May 06, 2014

    The chapter analyses the potential roles and expectations of India regarding Korean unification. India has played a historic role during the Korean War followed by a long period of reticence about the peninsular affairs. As India engages more with East Asia, India’s interest in inter-Korean affairs is consistent with its principles of a democratic and independent Korea achieving unification through dialogue between the two Koreas. India’s own history in reconstruction efforts in conflict zones and institutional support in democratic institutions may help in the process of Korean Unification.

    Tha Chapter published in the book Global Expectations for Korean Unification