Should the Carter administration have tried to counter South Korea's human rights violations with economic and military sanctions? Though the events occurred more than a decade and a half ago, this Journal of Commerce article believes the question is still relevant today because Washington confronts many of the same issues in its relations with China. (Feb. 27, 1996)
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