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The origins and development of the Northeast Asian political economy: industrial sectors, product cycles, and political consequences
  • B. Cumings
  • Economics
    International Organization
  • 1 December 1984
Theories of the product cycle, hegemony, and the world system are used to analyze the creation and development of the Northeast Asian political economy in this century. Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan
Korea's Place in the Sun: A Modern History
Bruce Cumings's rich narrative focuses on Korea's fractured, shattered, twentieth-century history. In 1910 Korea lost its centuries-old independence, and it remained an exploited colony of Japan
Liberation and the emergence of separate regimes, 1945-1947
  • B. Cumings
  • History
    The Journal of Asian Studies
  • 23 January 1982
The Description for this book, The Origins of the Korean War, Volume I: Liberation and the Emergence of Separate Regimes, 1945-1947, will be forthcoming.
Parallax visions : making sense of American-East Asian relations
In a work that synthesises crucial developments in international relations at the close of the twentieth century, Bruce Cumings - a leading historian of contemporary East Asia - provides a nuanced
North Korea: Another Country
Every word to utter from the writer involves the element of this life. The writer really shows how the simple words can maximize how the impression of this book is uttered directly for the readers.
Boundary displacement: Area studies and international studies during and after the cold war
In this article I propose to examine the displacement and reordering of the boundaries of scholarly inquiry in the postwar period in two phases: the first, the determining burst of academic work th...
Korea: The Unknown War
First published in conjunction with Thames Televisions' six-part TV series, this is an illustrated account of the Korean War.
The Korean crisis and the end of ‘late’ development
Cumings, Bruce.September, 1998.The Korean crisis and the end of ‘late’ development,Article,[London]New Left Review,30