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

Sejong Policy Series


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  • Japan’s Welfare Reform

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,348 Myon Woo Lee, (eds.)

    This book analyzes recent discussions on Japan’s welfare reform and its implications on the reform of Korea’s welfare system. To address the challenge of balancing growth and distribution, this research looks into the transition of Japan’s welfare system and its ongoing pension reform and reflects upon their considerations for the disc...


  • Human Rights in North Korea: Toward a Comprehensive Understanding

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,653 Kie Duck Park , Sang Jin Han

    Human rights issue is indisputably one of the most important out of many issues with regard to North Korea. The global regime of human rights owes much to the open-minded discussions, confrontations and collaborations among the many countries and players involved. However, the North Korean leaders consider any outside discussion ...


  • Tasks for the Next Government Addressing National Pending Questions

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,398 Dae Sung Song, (eds.)

    In the year 2008, the ROK government will be newly established. With the foundation of a new government, new policies and visions will be presented as well. Should there be wise and effective policies and visions, others may be cases of maladministration. Wise policies and visions are bound to have affirmative contributions ...


  • The Reform of Korean Ground Forces for the Future NCW

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 2,050 Dae Woo Lee, (eds.)

    The military reform that the big powers are pursuing is aligned to focus on restructuring the army and strengthening the naval/air forces and missile power, causing voices to rise in demand of naval and air forces in Korea. Regardless of worldly trends or rising voices, in fact, the army should not be undervalued. With this in mind, th...


  • Northeast Asian Territorial Disputes and Japan's Foreign Policy

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,383 Chang Soo Jin, (eds.)

    This study analyzes when and under what political conditions territorial disputes associated with Japan developed, and through which direction it took to develop into a phase of conflict. After 1996 of the Post-Cold War period, Japan dove into the era of territorial disputes with Korea, China, and Russia, as Japan’s Liberal Democratic ...


  • The ROK-U.S. Alliance Roadmap: Vision, Focus, Strategy

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,507 Sang Hyun Lee, (eds.)

    This research is a project that seeks policy alternatives that draw the most rational bilateral agreements to various issues related to the full-scale adjustment process of the ROK-U.S. alliance. The research, first of all, makes large-scale prospects of changes in the U.S. strategies toward Northeast Asia and the Korea-U...


  • North Korean Nuclear Issues and Peace Regime in the Korean Peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,561 Kie Duck Park , Sang Hyun Lee

    During October 2-4, 2007, the 2nd Inter-Korean Summit was held in Pyongyang, receiving the world’s utmost attention. The Sejong Institute has since, held the 17th Sejong National Strategy Forum on October 17, 2007, discussing ‘The Resolution to the North Korean Nuclear Issue and the Peace Regime in the Korean Peninsula’ in p...


  • North Korea in Distress: Confronting Domestic and External Challenges

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,567 Haksoon PAIK , Seong Chang CHEONG

    This research analyzes the domestic and foreign challenges that North Korea has faced since the death of Kim Il Sung, such as the serious economic crisis and its slackness of social control, the hostile relations with the United States, the uncomfortable cooperative relationship with China, and the issues of nuclear/missile/abduction,...


  • Changes in the International Security Environment and Rekindling the ROK-US Alliance

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,407 Dae Woo Lee

    This book consists of three parts and nine chapters. The first part argues that the international security order changes along with the transformation of the international security environment, and that during this process the U.S. stimulates changes to the security policy, in order to solidify its position of supremacy. Since the p...


  • Is North Korea Changing?: 1997 vs. 2007

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 3,083 Seong Chang Cheong

    This study analyzes not only the policies of North Korea in domestic, economic, and social areas, but also its policies toward the United States from 1997, when North Korea's collapse theory had rose to its peak in the South Korean society, to 2007, ten years later since then. In 1997, Kim Jong Il was inaugurated as the General...