통일연구원퀵메뉴 KINU 한반도동향 온라인시리즈 전자도서관 새창이동 연구과제제안

홈 KINU연구 주제별 국제관계 통일외교

국제관계-통일외교

프린터

Korean Unification and a New East Asian Order

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저자 edited by Choi Jinwook
발행년도/페이지 2012 / 130 p. ;
시리즈번호 2012-03
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preface

Contributors

Ⅰ. Korean Unification: The Final Goal of North Korea Policy Searching for a Consistent North Korea Policy/ Choi Jinwook

Ⅱ. China and Korean Unification

Free Trade Agreements and Economic Aspects of Unification/ Hyun Chong Kim

China-North Korea Relations in a New Era: Assessing Continuities and Changes/ Jae Ho CHUNG

Ⅲ. Korean Unification from an International Perspective

Korean Unification: Benefits, Uncertainties, and Costs/ Fei-Ling Wang

Korea as One: Pathways to Korean Unification and Regional Transformations/ G. John Ikenberry

Reunification of the Korean Peninsula: Will China Help?/ Zhu Feng

Russia, Two Koreas, and Unification Prospects/ Andrei Lankov
The Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU) is working on a four-year project (2010-2013) on the subject of Korean unification. The objective of this project is to propose a grand plan for Korean unification. The Unification Forum series is one of the tasks of this project. In the first two years, the forums reviewed the positions of the neighboring countries on Korean unification (2010) and analyzed USChina relations and their implications for Korean unification (2011). The forums are also intended to serve as a channel to deliver our unification vision to the international community.
The theme of this year’s forums is the positive impact of Korean unification on political and economic transformation of Northeast Asia. In this respect, the tenth forum (February 22, 2012) focused on China, dealing with two topics: Korea-China FTA and China-North Korea relations. The twelfth forum (July 20, 2012) was designed for a joint international conference with the Korean Political Science Association, with respect to Korean unification from an international perspective. This book is a result of those two conferences, together with the editor’s introductory paper.
I am indebted to many people for the successful completion of this year’s forums and the publication of this book. First of all, I deeply appreciate our speakers ― Drs. Hyun Chong Kim, Jae Ho Chung, Fei-Ling Wang, Zhu Feng, G. John Ikenberry, and Andrei Lankov at the forums. It was my pleasure to work with them through the year. Members of the Forum Planning Committee helped to make each forum productive and enjoyable with their enthusiastic participation as discussants. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Kim Hosup, president of KPSA, for his advice and contribution to the KINU Unification Forum since the vague idea of the Forum just struck me in early 2010 as well as supporting a joint conference with KINU this year. I am also grateful to our staff members for their assistance. Lee Kyunghwa’s exceptionally sincere and competent management made the forum administration and publication a pleasant process.