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한국의 대북 인권정책 연구(A study on the South Korean government’s human rights policy toward North Korea)

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  • 통일연구원


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Title 한국의 대북 인권정책 연구(A study on the South Korean government’s human rights policy toward North Korea)
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Author(Korean)

한동호

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서울:통일연구원

Date 2014-12
Series Title; No 연구총서 / 14-07
ISBN 978-89-8479-777-2
Pages 146
Subject Country North Korea(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Government and Law < National security
Government and Law < International Politics
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Abstract

The South Korean government’s human rights policy toward North Korea is closely related to the Trust-building Process on the Korean Peninsula and consolidating foundation for peaceful unification. Given this backdrop, this study aims to analyze the South Korean government’s human rights policy toward North Korea based on different levels of analysis such as theory, case, and policy issues. More specifically, both theoretical insights from realism, liberalism, constructivism, framework of foreign policy analysis and historical insights from Germany’s experiences of human rights policy and unification make it possible to analyze ongoing current issues such as humanitarian assistance toward the North, protection of North Korean escapees, and discourses on North Korean Human Rights Act. Historically speaking, South Korea’s human rights policy toward the North has largely depended on the changing inter-Korean relations and it should be noted that in most cases political factors determine human rights policy in South Korean strategic thinking. (The rest omitted)