The issues of peace on the Korean peninsula and the unification of the Korean people are inseparable.
The grave task facing us is to harmonize peace with unification. Building a peace regime
on the Korean peninsula based on conciliation and cooperation has emerged as an urgent task
to close an era of long-standing confrontation and conflict between the two Koreas.
By both pursuing peace on the Korean peninsula and laying the basis for co-prosperity
and co-existence between the two Koreas, we will be able to realize a more promising future.
The national goals of peace and prosperity have inherent limitations in that both are largely affected by
the strategies and interests of the major power houses of Northeast Asia. Clear and long-term goals
for unification should be set so that inner conditions can be matured and capacities built up to
garner understanding and cooperation from neighboring countries. (The rest omitted)
- The establishment of peace on the Korean peninsula and the outlook for unification
- Cho, Min
- Korea Institute for National Unification
The establishment of peace on the Korean peninsula and the outlook for unification
Seoul:Korea Institute for National Unification
|Series Title; No||Studies Series / 06-03|
|Subject Country||North Korea(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
|Subject||Government and Law < National security
Government and Law < International Politics