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  • Understanding Russia's Diplomatic Security Policy: From Gorbachev To Putin

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,060 Eunsook Chung

    This 870 pages long book divided into 6 sections and 31 chapters. Among all the publications on Russia’s diplomatic security policy so far, this book is probably the most voluminous work and also the most comprehensive work. This book closely examines Moscow’s diplomatic security policy from the Yeltsin era to the current Putin era. Wh...

     

  • The New World Order and the Security of Northeast Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,146 Sang Hyun Lee, (eds.)

    The era after the 9/11 terrorist attacks is often called the post-post-Cold War era since the international relations have fundamentally changed in many aspects. However, the most unique characteristic of the post-post-Cold War international order is the emergence of the US unilateralism as the dominant force in internatio...

     

  • Koreas National Strategy: Strategic Environment and Choice

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,125 Jong Chun Baek, (eds.)

    Through the national strategy related researches that are being heavily promoted at the Sejong Institute, this book intends to show the national-level, comprehensive system of action and plans that allow effective utilization of available resources within the strategic environment provided to fulfill national interests and...

     

  • The Power Structure in East Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,090 Kisoo Kim

    What power structure does East Asia hold from the international politics perspective? The reason for this question being an important one is because of the fact that Korea cannot come up with the right kind of foreign policy without the understanding of East Asia’s dynamic structure. Without the understanding of the internationa...

     

  • Russia: Government and Society

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,140 Han Ku Chung

    The contents of this book deals with the regime change of Russia. For the last 20 years, Russia has been groping for democracy and market economy-oriented new order by abandoning the socialism. These efforts are another form of revolution from the top, and this book aims to observe the relationships between the Russian governmen...

     

  • Peacekeeping on the Korean Peninsula: Experiences, Models and Options

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,077 Dae Sung Song

    Peacekeeping on the Korean Peninsula is the most necessary factor for survival and prosperity for all Koreans in South and North Korea, and a kind of important infra structure for the national development of both Koreas. Organized by 7 chapters, this book deals with what is considered as the best model for peacekeeping on the Ko...

     

  • Transition of North Korean Economic System: From Plan to Market

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,172 Un Chul Yang

    North Korea maintained centrally planned economy for more than half century. With economic inefficiency, it is becoming increasing apparent that the North Korean economic system will face an eventual breakdown. Within the past several years, North Korea has implemented certain reforms that have allowed more free markets in the c...

     

  • Theory and Practice of Korean Democracy: Transition, Consolidation and Stabilization

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,170 Kie Duck Park

    This book has two objectives: (1) to analyze what democracy is, what democracy means in Korea, and how democracy is operating in Korea, and (2) based on the first objective, to develop tasks required by the Korean democracy for its sustainable development. The book complies four parts, and each part carries two to four chapters.?...

     

  • Korea’s National Strategy 2020: Diplomacy and Security

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,162 Sang Hyun Lee, (eds.)

    After the Cold War, the bipolar system of the United States and Russia had changed to and maintained as the unipolar system in which the US is the supreme power. However, China and Russia is now emerging as powerful nations that cannot be ignored. This research aims to predict international security environment that is inf...

     

  • Korea’s National Strategy 2020: Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,341 Tai Hwan Lee, (eds.)

    This research aims to suggest what Korea's regional security strategies of Northeast Asia should be by forecasting security situations of Northeast Asia in 2020. First part of this research analyzes Northeast Asian security situation from perspectives of the US, China and Japan respectively. Second part suggests building a...