The Foreign Policy Systems of North and South Korea

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INDEX
Afghanistan: as issue in the nonalignment movement, 222; North Korean reaction to Soviet invasion of, 209; Soviet invasion of, 24, 25, 142
Africa, 148, 155, 156, 225
Agency for National Security Planning: KCIA renamed as, 115; role of, in foreign policy, 119
Algeria, 149
"Alignment of the nonaligned," 22-24
Allison, Graham T., 111
American aid to South Korea, 210-211
American military presence in Korea, 169, 220; as a deterrent to North Korean invasion, 10, 56, 88; Chun Doo Hwan's views of, 106
America's Middle East policy: contrasted with US policy toward Korean reunification, 251
Anti-American sentiment in South Korea: Kim Il Sung's views on, 92; North Korean elite's views on, 93
Anticommunism: as South Korea's dominant ideology, 78
April 19, 1960 student uprising: effects of, on Kim Il Sung's strategic thinking, 126
Arab oil embargo, 26; effects of, on North Korea, 42
Argentina, 244
Arms industry: comparison of, in North and South Korea, 57-58
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), 241; Chun Doo Hwan's tour of, 189, 226-228; economic ties between, and Seoul, 227; Seoul's arms exports to, 227-228
Australia, 156, 244
Ax killing, of American army officers by North Korean soldiers, 169. See also Panmunjom incident
Beijing: North Korea's economic relations with, 43-44; North Korea's perceptions of, 91; North Korea's relations with, 12, 13; South Korea's relations with, 30. See also People's Republic of China
Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 221
Benin, 225
Blue House, 115, 117. See alsoPresidential Secretariat
Bongo, El Hadi Omar, 171
Brecher, Michael, 4
Cambodia: as an issue in the nonalignment movement, 222
Cameroon, 225, 226

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