Sejong Policy Series
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Sejong Policy Series


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  • Northeast Asia Plus Community of Responsibility

    2019.03.08 Friday View : 1,102 Daewoo Lee, Sang Hyun Lee, Shin Beom-chul, Kim Joonhyung, Ko Jae-nam, Kwak Sungil

    The discourse on multilateral (security) cooperation and the establishment of a cooperative mechanism began in Europe in the 1960s. Established on July 3, 1973, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) have been the exemplary model of multilateral cooperation that operates actively and hugely contributes to ...


  • Fourth Industrial Revolution and Diplomacy

    2019.03.08 Friday View : 945 Chang Soo Jin, Kim Yoo-hyang, Park Jee-Kwang, Lee Sangho

    The fourth industrial revolution enabled humankind to introduce unimaginable changes through various state-of-the-art technology such as artificial intelligence, robots, internet of things (IOT), and big data. Above all, the equipment based on scientific technology which was previously operated through a human hand, is now able to...


  • Xi Jinping's Second Term: Issues and Prospects

    2019.03.08 Friday View : 1,071 Jae-hung Chung, Lee Chang-joo, Kim Heung-kyu, Yoo Hyunjung

    Since the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Beijing proclaimed the transition from a ‘big power’ to a ‘strong power’. This indicates that China exudes strong confidence that it has risen as a strong power that has a strong voice in the international community alongside the U.S. based on the skyrocketed economi...


  • Changes in Global Order and UN Governance of Peace and Security 

    2019.03.08 Friday View : 1,046 Eunsook Chung

    Putting the atrocities of war behind and beginning with 51 countries in 1945, the United Nations currently is the largest international organization in the world with 193 member states and assumes the central role in overcoming various challenges that the humankind faces.   Changes in Global Order and UN Governance of Pe...


  • North Korea Conundrum

    2019.03.08 Friday View : 1,093 Un-Chul Yang, Seong-Hyon Lee, Woo Jung-Yeop, Park Jong Chul, Kim Jin Moo, Lee Sangho, Lee Chung Min, Zang Hyoungsoo

    Historically, the international community’s interests in North Korea have revolved around its peculiarities such as the cult of personality and dire economic situation. However, due to a series of nuclear and missile tests, the most important issue concerning North Korea became the possibility of its abolition of nuclear weapons. ...

  • The Way to Nuclear-Free and Peaceful Korean Peninsula

    2018.12.17 Monday View : 1,595 Cheong Seong-Chang, Kim Jin Moo, Kim Yeol-su, Jun Bong-Geun

    This book analyzes the environment surrounding North Korea’s acceptance of denuclearization and North Korea’s nuclear capabilities and presents the directions for denuclearization process, the establishment of a peace regime, and arms control on the Korean Peninsula. Several points may be attributable to Chairman Kim Jong-un’s sudd...


  • Chinese Economy in Decline: Outburst of Contradictions in Politics and Economy

    2018.12.06 Thursday View : 1,607 Kisoo Kim

    The Chinese economic growth began to recede. The economic reasons are already revealed. It is attributable to the distortion embedded in key economic sectors such as industry, finance, real estate, and regional economy. Distortion denotes inefficiency. Continuous inefficient economic management obviously leads to economic downfall....


  • Emergence and Influence of 'Strongmen': ROK's Four Neighboring Powers

    2018.10.24 Wednesday View : 1,736 Myon woo Lee, Jee-Kwang Park, Jae hung Chung, Jang Dukjoon

    ​As North Korea’s nuclear and missile capabilities have been enhanced, the international relations surrounding the Korean Peninsula have taken a complex and serious trajectory. At this juncture, it is vital for South Korea to understand accurately the policies and political environment of its four neighboring countries. As such, th...


  •   A Look into Japanese Conservatism: Prime Minister Abe's Comeback and Japanese Political Outlook

    2018.05.30 Wednesday View : 2,761 Myon woo Lee

    This book addresses three detailed questions regarding the topic of in what factors and ways did Shinzo Abe re-emerge as the Prime Minister, winning at the general elections and Liberal Democratic Party of Japan’s (LDP) elections: Why did the LDP choose Abe once again as its leader?; Where does Prime Minister Abe’s ‘conservativ...


  • Whither North Korea?

    2018.04.20 Friday View : 5,764 Un-Chul Yang

    The military tensions on the Korean Peninsula escalated in 2017 with North Korea’s sixth nuclear test and launches of Hwasong-14 and Hwasong-15. At the same time, the international sanctions regime ratcheted up pressure on North Korea imposing harsher economic sanctions. The North Korean nuclear issue has unfolded as an international i...