Sejong Policy Series
Individual and joint research results are published as Policy Books.

Sejong Policy Series


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  • The Sino-Japan Relations: Perception, Issues, and Response of ROK

    2015.06.30 Tuesday View : 8,585 Chang Soo Jin

    This study aims to examine issues and differences in perception in terms of the Sino-Japan relations, security relations, territorial disputes, and economic relations, and seek response measures for ROK in accordance with the changes occurring in the Sino-Japan relations. It also provides a preliminary analysis on the Sino-Japan relati...

  • ROK’s Middle Power Diplomacy

    2015.06.30 Tuesday View : 8,890 Myon Woo Lee

    This study examines diplomatic policies that ROK should pursue as a middle power, and in order to do so, it explores diplomatic directions of the middle powers of the world. This book thoroughly examines the concept of middle power diplomacy and investigates how other middle powers have been pursuing their diplomacy and addresses ...

  • Preliminary Research for Unified Economy

    2015.06.30 Tuesday View : 7,948 Ki soo Kim

    The book classifies the existing studies on unification economy and examines the German unification and the system transition of the old communist states. It also investigates characteristics of the North Korea political system and measures for political stabilization. In conclusion of each section, tasks for future studies have been...

  • The US Rebalancing Policy toward the Asia-Pacific and ROK’s Security 

    2015.03.16 Monday View : 6,862 이상현, eds.

    This book makes systematic analysis of the United States’ Asia-Pacific Rebalancing Strategy against the rise of China. The book has four chapters. The first chapter examines the origin and background of the Rebalancing. The second and third chapters addresses the Chinese and Japanese perspectives of the rebalancing. The last chapter ex...


  • Internal Strategy and External Relations of the Kim Jong-Un Regime 

    2015.03.16 Monday View : 6,906 Seong-chang Chung eds.

    This book systematically analyzes changes occurring in North Korea’s domestic politics and economy policy, and its policy toward South Korea and foreign countries since the establishment of Kim Jong-Un regime after the death of Kim Jong-Il in December 2012. [Introduction] Seong-chang Chung [Chapter I] The Ruling Ideology of...


  • The North Korean Nuclear Issue 

    2015.03.16 Monday View : 6,664 Daesung Song, Sang-Yoon Eom, Soon-bo Moon, Efraim Inbar, Zachary Jutcovich

    This research is a product of a joint research program between the Sejong Institute and the BESA Center of Israel. It consists two parts. The first part examines the correlation of the North Korean nuclear issue and the international relations, and seeks solutions for the North Korean nuclear issue. The second part analyzes the past su...


  • Korea's Policy toward Developing Countries: Past, Present, and Future

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 4,964 Eunsook Chung, (eds.)

    1. Northern Neighbors Chapter 1: Southeast Asia / Myon-Woo Lee (The Sejong Institute) Chapter 2: West Asia / Chan Wan Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) 2. Old Socialism Rights Chapter 3: Central Asia / Jae Nam Ko (IFANS) Chapter 4: Eastern Europe / Eunsook Chung (The Sejong Institute) 3. Resources Development...


  • Political Economy of Japan: Continuity and Discontinuity

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 4,624 Chang Soo Jin

    This book explains the political process of Japan's reform and analyzes how it affects its political economy. Changes in the Japanese model due to the transformation of the political economy in the 1990s, facilitates the understanding of Japan's political economy. The 1990s in Japan is also known as Japan's "Lost Decade," due to ...


  • Diplomatic Environment and Korean Peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 4,201 Soung Chul Kim, (eds.)

    This book is characterized by in-depth analysis and prospects of diplomatic environment, changes in foreign policy, and policy toward the Korean peninsula of the neighboring countries including Japan and the United States. The study includes the analysis of propensities of the policy-makers, their diplomatic goals, objectives, and tre...


  • Policymaking Process of the US, China, Japan, and Russia on the Korean Peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,306 Eun sook Chung, (eds.)

    This book is published as a part of the 2009 Sejong Institute's mid-term and long-term joint policy research project. We understood that it will be difficult to establish viable and constructive national strategy if we concentrate only on our own situation disregarding the policies of surrounding four major powers. Korea is now becomin...