North Korea: The Country We Love to Hate
Paperback | Feb 2018 | UWA Publishing | 9781742589817 | 120pp | 198x129mm | Stocked item (plenty) | GEN | AUD$19.99, NZD$24.99
Emerging from the Second World War and the Korean War, ignited by the War of Tweets, and marching towards nuclear warfare, the North Korea we think we know is characterised by violence and oppression.
In North Korea: The Country We Love to Hate, political analyst and bestselling author Loretta Napoleoni challenges our Western preconceptions of a much misunderstood and maligned nation. Napoleoni situates North Korea in context — historical and ideological — and answers questions central to our global future: how did we get here, and where could this all end?
North Korea is a thoughtful and indispensible inquiry into what is becoming a defining geopolitical moment.