홈 Publications Reports & Analyses

Reports & Analyses

프린트

Variables and Pathways of Changes in North Korea: Focused on Different Combination of ‘Nuclear Issues’ and ‘Reform·Opening’

게시글 상세보기
Author Young-Ja Park,Eun Mee Jeong,Ki Bum Han
Publish Date / Page 2020 / 87p.;
Series No. 20-02
Price
File 새창이동
Read Hit 18963
  • 목차
  • 초록
1. Purpose of the Research

2. Concepts and Combination of Two Variables: “Nuclear Issues” and “Reform·Opening”

3. Historical Experiences from North Korea’s Nuclear Policy

4. Historical Experiences of North Korea’s Reform‧Opening Policy

5. Type 1: Ideal Type of North Korea’s ‘Denuclearization +Reform‧Opening’

6. Type 2: A Highly Likely Scenario of North Korea’s ‘Nuclear Freeze+Opening’

7. Type 3: Maintaining the Status Quo of North Korea’s ‘Nuclear Advancement+Self-reliance (Hold-up of Reform ‧Opening)’

8. Implications from Comparison to Cases of Foreign Countries: Pakistan and China

9. Policy Implications for Each Type

10. Overall Prospects and Responsive Measures
This English translation is a summarized and edited version of the research paper “Variables and Pathways of Changes in North Korea: Focused on Different Combination of ‘Nuclear Issues’ and ‘Reform‧Opening’” by Young-Ja Park, Eun Mee Jeong, and Ki Bum Han (Seoul: Korea Institute for National Unification, December 2019). The analysis, comments, and opinions contained in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Korea Institute for National Unification.