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The perceptions of Northeast Asia’s four states on Korean unification

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  • Bae, Jung-Ho; Park, Young-Ho; Park, Jae-Jeok; Kim, Dongsoo; Kim, Jangho
  • Korea Institute for National Unification


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Title The perceptions of Northeast Asia’s four states on Korean unification
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Author(English)

Bae, Jung-Ho; Park, Young-Ho; Park, Jae-Jeok; Kim, Dongsoo; Kim, Jangho

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[Seoul]:Korea Institute for National Unification

Date 2014-06
Series Title; No Study Series / 2014-02
Pages 55
Subject Country United States(Americas)
China(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
North Korea(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Russia(Europe)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < National security
Government and Law < International Politics
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Abstract

This paper analyzes the perceptions of the United States (U.S.), China, Japan, and Russia on the issues of the division of the Korean Peninsula and a South Korea-led unification based on a survey conducted on experts in the respective countries. Each country’s five experts on the Korean Peninsula (total of 20 experts) presented their in-depth views on a list of eight questions including (1) the costs and benefits of the division as well as unification, (2) the international community’s efforts for unification, and (3) the value of a unified Korea. In order to compile a balanced view, the authors of this paper have taken into consideration the affiliation, age, political tendency, etc when selecting the experts. The first chapter describes the purpose and background of the study. (The rest omitted)