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

Sejong Policy Series


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  • Diplomatic Environment and Korean Peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 4,408 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 : 3,457 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...


  • Korea-US-China Cooperation for Peace on Korean Peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,879 Tai hwan Lee, (eds.)

    This book contains the research on major issues how to overcome frictions in the US-Korea-China trilateral relations to support successful development of the Korea-China strategic cooperation partnership. The research covered the improvement of Korea-China relations, intensification of the US-Korea alliance, North Korea and North Korea...


  • DPJ Administration's Political Propensity and Foreign Policy

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,769 Myon woo Lee, (eds.)

    Japan is our close neighbor with some dregs of old grudge. Through the 2009 election for the House of Representatives, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) took over the power. The major political platform of this newborn DPJ administration is to pursue diplomatic equal standing with the US and Asia preponderance policy showing a variat...


  • The History of Power in North Korea: Ideas, Identities, and Structures

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,131 Hak soon Paik

    This book analyzes and explains the history of power in North Korea from the national liberation from Japan in August 1945 until September 2010. This book shows general overview of North Korean power history in the past 65 years including the three-generation patrimonial power succession that North Korea hurried after Kim Jong-il's hea...


  • Northeast Asia Triangular Cooperation: Korea-US-China and Korea-China-Japan

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,312 Tai hwan Lee, (eds.)

    This book is to study the possibility and implementation framework of Northeast Asia security and economic cooperation between Korea-US-China and between Korea-China-Japan. If triangular cooperation is possible between Korea, the US, and China, we come to ask what options would be viable. We also ask how we will cooperate if Korea...


  • The Contemporary North Korean Politics: History, Ideology and Power System

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,980 Seong Chang Cheong

    Some in our society believe that North Korean leader Kim Jong-il's death will result in sudden anarchy; this belief is derived from a narrow minded view of identifying the North Korean Political Regime with Kim Jong-il as one entity. It would be rash to say the North Korean regime would collapse upon the death of their supreme leader, ...


  • Changes of Japan‘s Foreign Policies in the times of Transformation and the Korea-Japan Cooperation

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,814 Myon woo Lee

    This book focuses on examining the changes in modern Japanese diplomacy after the collapse of the Cold War era. This book was published because of the belief that understanding modern Japanese diplomacy is of national interest to the Republic of Korea. In order to accurately examine modern Japanese diplomacy, previous diplomatic change...


  • National Strategy in a Fast Changing International Situation

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,955 Sang hyun Lee

    In the 21st century, South Korea's foreign affairs and national security faces multiple challenges. Fundamental structural changes are underway on a global level and in Northeast Asia including the Korean Peninsula. The coming 10 to 20 years will be a very important period in determining the fate of South Korea. While, the North Kore...


  • Drawing a New Security Map of East Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,279 Sang hyun Lee, (eds.)

    The emergence of China provides the foreign affairs and national security of the Republic of Korea with a serious challenge and a window of opportunity. The emergence of China has resulted in a period of transition in the security order of Northeast Asia. In such surroundings, the strategy and policies adopted by the Republic of Korea...