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This paper examines the extent to which the domestic and external policies of the two Koreas can be described in terms of "national strategy." Though "national strategy" remains a problematic construct for a variety of theoretical and practical reasons, this study attempts to deploy it to describe the evolving economic, military, and security policies of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea from the partition of the Korean peninsula in 1945 to the present. Thedoi:10.1080/10163279609464328 fatcat:5fymqibsjbgqtjsez5mgp4b254