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Divided nations and transitional justice : what Germany, Japan, and South Korea can teach the world

Author: Dae Jung Kim; Richard von Weizsäcker; Sang-jin Han
Publisher: Boulder, CO : Paradigm Publishers, 2012.
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Collection of significant writings, one by the late South Korean president Kim Dae-jung, about how countries have addressed their wartime past.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Divided nations and transitional justice.
Boulder, CO : Paradigm Publishers, 2012
(DLC) 2011043093
(OCoLC)613419485
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dae Jung Kim; Richard von Weizsäcker; Sang-jin Han
ISBN: 9781612053691 1612053696
OCLC Number: 841809849
Description: 1 online resource (x, 266 pages)
Contents: Divided nation, unification and transitional justice : why do we need a communicative approach? / Han San-Jin --
Three objectives of transitional justice today / Clause Offe --
Ardent dream of divided countries : Germany and Korea / Kim Dae-jung --
Willy Brandt's Ostpolitik and the Sunshine Policy : what can the Koreas learn? / Kim Dae-jung --
Reflections on the end of the war that divided Germany / R. von Weizäcker --
Power of dialogue for peace / Kim Dae-jung --
Beyond divided nations : reflections on Ostpolitik and Sunshine Policy / R. von Weizäcker --
Four conditions of global peace on the Korean Peninsula / Kim Dae-jung --
The historical summit meeting of 2000 : a dawn of hope is breaking / Kim Dae-jung --
Toward peace on the Korean Peninsula / Kim Dae-jung --
German unification and Korean dream : six days with Kim Dae-jung in Berlin / Han Sang-Jin --
Germany and Japan 50 years after the end of their imperial ambitions / R. von Weizäcker --
Germany, Europe, and Japan at the beginning of the 21st century : lessons, chances, and challenges / R. von Weizäcker --
Memory of war and reconciliation in Europe : interview with Asahi Shimbun / R. von Weizäcker --
Toward a new relation with Japan : future possibilities / Kim Dae-jung --
Resolving to build a new partnership : joint declaration on a new ROK-Japan partnership for the 21st century / Kim Dae-jung and Obuchi Keizo --
The joint resolution : ten years later / Kim Dae-jung --
How to remember the Nazi crimes? / Martin Salm --
Overcoming the past? The postwar Japan and Germany / Yuji Ishida --
Japan's pathway to imperial power / Ito Narihiko --
Japan's unresolved colonial past and the North Korea problem / Gavan McCormack --
Can Japan overcome the ghost of the past? A communicative approach / Han Sang-jin --
Global standard of human rights and "comfort women" / Kim Jongdae --
A Chinese perspective : no more excuses for Japan / Chu Tsz Kwan --
A Southeast Asian perspective : why is a genuine apology so important? / Yvonne Chee Huisan --
Why do Filipinos remember the past in their own way? / Park Sae-Seul --
The history textbook controversy and its solution / Lee Soo-Yun --
Japan's dogeza and an apology consensus / Lim Yei-Won --
A trial of failures : a deeper look into the Tokyo trials / Lee Shan-Hoo --
Transitional justice on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima / Shin Hyun-Seung --
Reconciliation triangle / Kim Keon-Woong --
Reflexive modernization and the future of East Asia / Han Sang-Jin.
Responsibility: contributions by Kim Dae-jung, and Richard von Weizsäcker ; edited by Han Sang-Jin.

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"This timely book shows how two great presidential former leaders, Kim Dae-Jung (1925-2009) of Korea and Richard von Weizsacker (1920- ) of Germany coped with the historic legacies of their countries Read more...

 
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