In a lecture given at The Korea Society on Thursday, February 10, 2011, Dr. Charles K. Armstrong, director of Columbia University’s Center for Korean Research, explores the history of conflict—and sometimes cooperation—between North and South Korea from the time the two contemporary Korean states were established in 1948 until the present day.
The presentation is the first in The Korea Society’s 'Korea In-Depth' series, a program of lectures by noted scholars on the history, politics, art, literature, and architecture of Korea.
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