Gi-Wook Shin

Director of the Shornstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University

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Director of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University

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During ten years of liberal rule, South Korea has restored trade and travel with the communist North. Today a new, more conservative President  has been elected .

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During ten years of liberal rule, South Korea has restored trade and travel with the communist North. Today a new, more conservative President has been elected .

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