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Vol 34-3 (December 2019): A Role for India in the Korean Peace Process: Contemplating Non‐Realist Approaches to Broaden Relations with the Korean Peninsula(Dean J. Ouellette)

Abstract

As part of its past “Look East” and now “Act East” policies, India seeks to increase the radius of its influence beyond South Asia by broadening relations with East Asian actors, including South Korea. New Delhi and Seoul continue to promote economic cooperation and explore ways to deepen their strategic partnership. However, for relations to grow substantively and enduringly, both will have to show greater concern, creativity, and cautionespecially bearing in mind their mutual neighbor, China. This article explores how, through harnessing its unique longstanding relations with both Koreas and investing in nonrealist approaches resonant of peoplecentered engagement, India as a middle power with major power aspirations can lay its footprint softly in Northeast Asia by playing a more proactive role to bolster and sustain interKorean rapprochement and peacebuilding efforts.

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다음글 Vol 34-3 (December 2019): Institutional Origins of the US–China Trade War: The Concurrence of America's Limited Legal Leverage and China's Overproduction (Youcheer Kim & Yongshin Kim)
이전글 Vol 34-2 (August. 2019) "The China–Japan–Korea Trilateral Free Trade Agreement: Why Did Trade Negotiations Stall?" (Muhui Zhang)