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

Sejong Policy Series


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  • Economy and Security in Northeast Asia: US%uB7China Competition for Hegemony and South Korea's Counter Measures

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,971 Tai Hwan Lee, (eds.)

    The purpose of this book is to evaluate the implication of US%uB7China's competition for hegemony on the economy and security of Northeast Asia, while also researching the potential counter measures for South Korea. With the perspective of a competition and cooperation structure between China and the US in mind, this book examines ...


  • Global Governance and International Security: Issues and Players

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,053 Eunsook Chung

    Global Governance is a comprehensive paradigm for viewing the transformation of world order in this age of globalization. With increasing global interdependence, at present, humanity is faced with challenges that are hard to comprehend under the traditional national security model, including racial and religious conflict, the po...


  • A Discourse on Korean Peninsula 

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,254 Jong Seok Lee

    This book was written to outline the theoretical framework for overcoming division on the Korean Peninsula and unification, while also illustrating the historic experiences. For this purpose, the writer has analyzed the structure of division and the concept of unification; while connecting the discussion on unification with the current...


  • Great Korea's Grand Design for the 21st Century

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 4,305 Hyun Ik Hong

    South Korea’s recent success in industrial modernization and political democratization has also led to the nation attempting to join the rank of developed countries. On the other hand, under the Kim family’s dynasty dictatorship, North Korea’s pursuit for survival has led them to experiment with nuclear weapons and provocation, which...


  • North Korean Problems from the Perspectives of North Korean Defectors and Korean

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,085 Dae Woo Lee, (eds.)

    The publication process of this book was initiated to accurately identify North Korea's state of affairs at the end of 2011, a period where inter-Korean relations were severely strained and North Korea's provocation was imminent. Finding the solution to the North Korea issue is a priority task, but we focused on analyzing the question ...


  • The Political Economics of Official Development Assistance

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,358 Miong sei Kang, (eds.)

    In 2012 South Korea concurrently became the 24th member of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) and a member of the '20/50' club. As a nation with more than 50 million in population, South Korea became the 6th nation to exceed $20,000 in per capita national income. At last, South Korea breaks free from a survival economy and en...


  • Korea-Japan Relations in Transition

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,795 Sook Jong Lee, (eds.)

    This book reviews recent Korea-Japan relations. If Korean-Japanese cooperation during the second half of the Twentieth century has concentrated on economic development, cooperation in the twenty-first century will expand into the areas of security, global environment and peace. This book argues that diversification in the fields of coo...


  • A Comparative Analysis of APEC and ASEM : Economic Interests and Strategic Competitions

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,639 Kisoo Kim, (eds.)

    Since the 1990s, many changes have occurred in the international order. The system of alliances in the Western world began to undergo monumental changes since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Among the changes, economic rivalries between the major economic powers in particular are noticeable where regionalism is an emerging paradigm. ...


  • Political Economy of Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,428 Chang Soo Jin, (eds.)

    When globalization has been a prevailing phenomenon in international political economy, and the activities of regional associations, such as the EU, NAFTA, and APEC, are becoming more vigorous. For their part, the East Asian countries, which faced a financial crisis at the end of the 1990s, needs to complement their international finan...


  • Changes in the U.S-China Relationship and the Korean peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,540 Tai Hwan Lee, (eds.)

    This book intends to analyze the Sino-U.S. relationship by taking into consideration the positions of both nations. To understand the shaping of the new order in Northeast Asia, this relationship must be understood. The Sino-U.S. relationship is an important variable that can influence the peace structure on the Korean peninsula. If th...