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

Sejong Policy Series


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  • A study of Political Elites in 2002 : The case of China, Japan, and Russia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,661 Myon Woo Lee, (eds.)

    Various approaches can be utilized in under-standing the politics of a nation. The study of political elites is one of these approaches. This book starts with the assumption that there exist elites in any society. However, the issue of who among the political elites should be the focus of study is another matter. As China, Japan, and R...


  • US Forces on the Korean Peninsula in the Era of Inter-Korean Reconciliation

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,412 Hyun Ik Hong, Dae Sung Song, Sang Huun Lee

    US forces in Korea, which have played a central role in the Korea-US alliance, recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of their stationing on the Korean Peninsula. These forces have long been credited with maintaining the balance of power and stability in Northeast Asia. However, as a result of the landmark Inter-Korean Summit of June...


  • US-China-Japan Relations and the Northeast Asian Order

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,391 Soung Chul Kim, (eds.)

    In the rapidly changing international environment which has emerged in the post-Cold War era at the dawn of the 21st century, significant changes have been wrought to the Northeast Asian order. The changes in the Northeast Asian order have been caused by: the US government's war on terror and the related changes in the East Asian polic...


  • The Financial Crisis and Welfare Politics

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,445 Sook Jong Lee, (eds.)

    As the economy has become increasingly globalized, the borders between national and regional economies and the world economy have become increasingly porous. The foreign currency crisis, which broke out in 1997, spread to engulf countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Korea, while also taking a bite out of an already reeli...


  • The Security Policy of the 4 Major Powers Surrounding the Korean Peninsula and Korea's Response

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,982 Dae Sung Song, (eds.)

    The international security environment and the world order have undergone remarkable changes in the aftermath of the events of 9/11. Furthermore, the war on terror carried out by the world's sole superpower, the US, has deeply affected the international security environment. These changes in the international security environment have ...


  • Fifty Years of Korea-US Alliance: Analysis and Policy

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,484 Jong Chun Baek, (eds.)

    A view of the US-Korea alliance strictly from a military standpoint is one that is limited in nature. Although Korea-US relations have their origins in military ties, the relationship has expanded into the political, economic, and socio-cultural spheres. The two nations' belief in democracy and in a market economy system is a living pr...


  • Kim Jong Il Regime's Survival Strategy

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,394 Seong Chang Cheong, Haksoon Paik

    This book, which attempts to analyze the Kim Jong Il's regime's survival strategy, aims to help Korean government's formulation of its long-term policy towards the North. In Chapter 1 entitled North Korea's Domestic Strategy, Seong-Chang Cheong argues that the Kim Jong Il's regime survival strategy is based on the domestic and internat...


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

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,513 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 : 1,501 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 : 1,519 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...