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Searching for a new identity : South Korea's middle power diplomacy

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South Korea's middle power diplomacy

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Sohn, Yul

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[Madrid]:FRIDE

Date 2015-12
Series Title; No POLICY BRIEF / 212
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < International Politics
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Abstract

Over the past decade, South Korea has been playing an active and prominent role as a middle power at both the regional and global level. It hosted the G-20 summit meeting in November 2010, the fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in November 2011 and the Nuclear Security Summit in March 2012. The country also took the initiative in establishing the Global Green Growth Institute that helps developing countries to pursue green growth, and was host to the Trilateral Cooperation Secretariat with China and Japan in 2011. Most recently, South Korea has promoted the so-called MITKA (Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey, Korea, and Australia), a middle power network. (The rest omitted)