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  • Japanese Diplomacy and Northeast Asia

    2013.04.10 Wednesday View : 1,410 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 : 1,374 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 : 1,492 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 : 1,460 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 : 1,434 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 : 1,733 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 : 1,494 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 : 2,118 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 : 1,472 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 : 1,618 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...