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Korea’s middle power diplomacy : Launch of MIKTA and development cooperation

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Frame of Image e with its level of development, the Park administration has shifted its diplomatic paradigm to conform to the country’s development status. So far, Korea has successfully employed diplomatic paradigms that were conducive to achieving the national goals of economic development and stability on the Korean peninsula. And now, in keeping abreast with the nation’s diversified interests and increased capabilities, Korea has chosen middle power diplomacy as its new diplomatic paradigm. The paradigmatic shift to middle power diplomacy in the Park administration also reflects changes in world politics. Whereas global issues such as climate change, poverty, and conflicts which great powers alone cannot resolve have increased, global power shifts, competitions to form blocs such as the G7 and the BRICS, and the rise of nonstate actors have caused stalemate in
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global negotiations, resulting in high demand for countries that can contribute to break through such situations. Korea is already a proven constructive contributor in dealing with global issues, and expectations are growing in the international community for Korea to play a role as a partner in achieving common objectives. Against this backdrop, an event which took place in September this year emblematically demonstrated Korea’s middle power diplomacy in action – the launch of a mechanism for cooperation among key middle powers called “MIKTA,” in which Korea is playing a leading role. The MIKTA was initiated by the consensus of


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Launch of MIKTA and development cooperation

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kang Seonjou

Publisher

IFANS

Date 2013
Pages 5
Subject Country Mexico(Americas)
Australia(Asia and Pacific)
Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Turkey(Middle East)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Official Aid < Public Administration
Official Aid < Development Administration