Postwar Reconciliation in Central Europe and East Asia - pr_144679

Postwar Reconciliation in Central Europe and East Asia

The Case of Polish-German and Korean-Japanese Relations

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The Cold War in Europe and Asia has lastingly affected the postwar reconciliation processes: Korea and Germany remained divided into two countries, Japan evolved into the closest ally of its past enemy, and Poland, which was among the Allies of World War II, was left under the influence of the Soviet Union. In view of their complicated postwar history, these countries can serve as examples for comparison of the postwar reconciliation processes. This book addresses the case of Central Europe and East Asia - regions which suffered from war atrocities and still have to cope with their war experiences. The aim is to identify tools to implement a strategy of rapprochement between past enemies who need to find solutions for their coexistence in the contemporary world.

Product code: 9783631744529

ISBN 9783631744529
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H210xW148
Series International Relations in Asia, Africa and the Americas
Edition New edition
No. Of Pages 168
Publisher Peter Lang AG
This book depicts a case study of Polish-German and Korean-Japanese postwar relations and reconciliation processes by identifying similarities in their bilateral experiences and history. The contributions reveal the significance of memory and reconciliation in social sciences, and politics, as well as in cultural studies.