South Korean Strategic Thought toward Asia

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This comprehensive review covers the evolution of strategic thinking in South Korea since the 1980s in regard to China, Japan, Russia, regionalism, and reunification. Following a consistent framework, the book provides detailed analysis of how and why successive presidents chose new approaches. An overview raises broad questions about the turbaning points from nordpolitik to the Sunshine Policy and finally to the Six-Party Talks leading to the Joint Agreement.

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Overview

This comprehensive review covers the evolution of strategic thinking in South Korea since the 1980s in regard to China, Japan, Russia, regionalism, and reunification. Following a consistent framework, the book provides detailed analysis of how and why successive presidents chose new approaches. An overview raises broad questions about the turbaning points from nordpolitik to the Sunshine Policy and finally to the Six-Party Talks leading to the Joint Agreement.

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Gilbert Rozman is a Musgrave Professor of Sociology at Princeton University. In-taek Hyun is Professor and Director of the Ilmin International Relations Institute at Korea University. Shin-wha Lee is Professor of Department of Political Science and International Relations at Korea University.

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Table of Contents

Overview—Gilbert Rozman, In-Taek Hyun, and Shin-wha Lee
CHRONOLOGY
South Korean Strategic Thought toward Asia in the 1980s, Kyudok Hong
• Strategic Thought toward Asia in the Kim Young-sam Era, In-Taek Hyun
• Strategic Thought toward Asia in the Kim Dae-jung Era, Scott Snyder
• Strategic Thought toward Asia in the Roh Moo-hyun Era, Seong-Ho Sheen
GEOGRAPHY
South Korean Strategic Thought on Reunification, Jong-yun Bae and Gilbert Rozman
• South Korean Strategic Thought toward China, Jae Ho Chung
• South Korean Strategic Thought toward Japan, Gilbert Rozman * South Korean Strategic Thought toward Russia, Gilbert Rozman
• South Korean Strategic Thought toward Regionalism, Shin-wha Lee

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