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Security system and peaceful structure of Northeast Asia after Cold War : Special reference to Korean peninsula

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  • Security system and peaceful structure of Northeast Asia after Cold War
  • Choi, Chong-Ki
  • Seoul National University(Graduate School of Public Administration)


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Title Security system and peaceful structure of Northeast Asia after Cold War
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Special reference to Korean peninsula

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Choi, Chong-Ki

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[Seoul]:Seoul National University(Graduate School of Public Administration)

Date 1991
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Korean Journal of Policy Studies:vol. 6
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < National security
Government and Law < International Politics
Holding Seoul National University

Abstract

Order is not always the same as justice. But after radical changes of the Soviet Union and east Europe, most analysts and specialists of international politics are trying to predict new world order after Cold War. Of course order gives us concrete situation for making foreign policies and economic cooperation and pursuing them. And order at least frees us from instability of international politics. But order, at the same time, limits each country's right to take alternatives for her interests. At any rate, we need to analyze the international situation and predict new world order after Cold War. What will be the shape of the new world order? Some analyst, such as Prof. Paul Kennedy in the Rise and Fall of Great Powers describe the change in the world as the decline of the superpowers, including both the Soviet Union and the United States. Other specialists such as Prof. Joseph Nye in Bound to Lead: The Changing Nature of American Power describes that while the United States will remain the largest state, the world will see a diffusion of power and a growth of multiple inter-dependencies.