For a middle power nation to survive while accommodating changes in the international political and economic order as well as pursuing a sustainable growth, Korea need to develop a regional integration strategy for East Asia, which could be the Asian version of the EU strategy and actively push forward.
This three-year study project includes research on the integration strategy for East Asia, designing cooperation challenges to push forth international community of Korea, China, and Japan, and exploring external strategies as well as Pan-Asian integration in a step by step manner.
The first study in 2010 re-examined preceding studies and recommendations relating to East Asian integration and analyzes EU cases. At the same time, the study also intended to establish an integrated strategy of growth-stability-solidarity based on the framework suggested by Korean independence fighter Ahn Jung‐geun. (The rest omitted)
동아시아 통합전략(Ⅱ)(Integration strategy for East Asia(Ⅱ))
한, 중, 일을 중심으로(Focusing on Korea, China and Japan)
서울 : 한국개발연구원
|Series Title; No||연구보고서|
|Subject Country||China(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
|Subject||Government and Law < International Politics|
|Holding||KDI; KDI School|