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

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,722 Soung Chul Kim, (eds.)

    Northeast Asia is given a great deal of weight on the global economy in the 21st century. This region takes up one third of the world trade volume and one third of the world GNP. This research includes South Korea, China, Japan, Russia, North Korea and ASEAN as Northeast Asia, and also considers the US as well. Northeast A...

     

  • Korea’s National Strategy 2020: North Korea & Unification

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,705 Seong Chang Cheong, (eds.)

    Even if there are to be a regime change in North Korea in the future, this research was done under the premise that by the year 2020 North Korea continues to exist and reunification does not take place. Under this very premise, it aims to suggest specific directions for (1) realizing the Korean Commonwealth, which is South...

     

  • Korea’s National Strategy 2020: Politics & Society

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,749 Kie Duck Park, (eds.)

    Korea has undergone significant socio-political developments since democratic transition of 1987 that it has become an exemplary case to the international community. However, some people are not satisfied with the development of procedural democracy lacking some components of substantive democracy. With the people's discon...

     

  • Politics of Labor and Welfare in the Era of Globalization and Post-Industrialization

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,942 Miongsei Kang

    Globalization and post-industrialization are two main keywords of the 21st century. They are master variables that have great influence on the development of different phenomena. This book looks into the impact of globalization and post-industrialization on labor and welfare respectively and on the relation of labor and welfare....

     

  • Japanese Diplomacy and Northeast Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,766 Soung Chul Kim

    Riding the tide of globalization after the Cold War, Japan has expanded its role and favorable contribution in the international community while engaging in the cooperation with Korea and the U.S. as well as seeking collaboration with other Asian countries. Japan maintains its position as an important alliance partner to the U.S...

     

  • China’s Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,740 Tai Hwan Lee

    China's domestic political factors are gaining more importance in its foreign policy. In essence, a country's foreign policy is exercised to meet the basic needs of its domestic politics and economy. This book examines China’s domestic political factors that affect its foreign policy decisions in the perspective of Chinese aca...

     

  • Peaceful National Security on the Korean Peninsula

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,812 Jong Chun Baek, (eds.)

    This book provides the reasoning behind the necessary transition of Korean national security strategy. Based on the conceptual change from Cold War mindset to ‘peaceful national security,’ the author explains why the shift of perception from clash between the two Koreas to inter-Korean cooperation, from securing individual...

     

  • Korea’s National Strategy 2020 (White Paper)

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,774 The Sejong Institute, (eds.)

    The Sejong Institute has set to create a vision for Korea in 2020 based on the trends of past and present and variables that affect them and visualized Korea as a ‘peaceful and advanced power house’ for its future path in 2020. Korea as a ‘peaceful and advanced power house’ embodies the concept of a nation that makes advan...

     

  • Japan’s Welfare Reform

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,749 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 : 2,052 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 ...