Surviving Imperial Intrigues: Korea’s Struggle for Neutrality amid Empires, 1882-1907 was recorded on 5th February 2021 with speaker Dr Sangpil Jin (University of Edinburgh). Find out more at: https://www.soas.ac.uk/koreanstudies/events/seminars/05feb2021-surviving-imperial-intrigues-koreas-struggle-for-neutrality-amid-empires-1882-1907-.html
This seminar focuses on my upcoming monograph, which sheds light on the following topic: how successful Korean neutralization could have radically transformed the equation of balance of power in East Asia and change major powers’ strategic calculus of the region. While neutralization is the focal point of the project, it also analyses Korea’s multi-faceted relations with China, Japan, Russia, the U.S., and to a lesser degree, Britain, and France. Within the overall framework of Sino-Japanese, Anglo-Russian, and Russo-Japanese rivalries, this work encompasses the critical factors like international agreements and factional conflicts that lurked behind Korea’s journey towards neutralization. Furthermore, this book seeks to provide an analytical lens to understand Korea’s intricate diplomatic relations with major powers, a periphery state in the international system during the imperialist era. Available in English for the first time, this work expands on Korea’s often contentious relations with major powers and their rivalries surrounding the country for three decades. With the timespan stretching from 1882 to 1907, this project entails a meticulous analysis of published and unpublished primary sources from Asia, Europe, and North America.
美 싱크탱크 "바이든 행정부, 한국이
美 싱크탱크 "바이든 행정부, 한국이 인도태평양서 필수적 역할하도록 해야"
South Korea has the potential to play a consequential role in advancing America's Indo-Pacific vision.
That's coming from the Center for a New American Security... which offers advice to the incoming Biden administration.
The think tank believes Washington should rethink the use of its forces on the Korean Peninsula so they can serve as more than just a land-based deterrent against North Korea.
That the new administration should find common ground between Seoul's New Southern Policy and Washington's Indo-Pacific vision.
The CNAS was co-founded by Michele Flournoy, deemed a top contender for the defense secretary post.
to position Seoul to address geopolitical risks in Northeast Asia.
#US #potential #consequential
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So can South Korea also get more involved with AFrica and Middle East with their Confucius wisdom? It's great that Asian nations are prospering but political neutrality and separating state from economy is perceived as being weak and selfish. IF a good economy leads to peace then why hasn't their investment in Middle East saw no result? Riding on the back of American military has been the plan from the beginning after all.
The US Vice President Mike
The US Vice President Mike Pence is set to embark on a ten-day tour that will include South Korea and Japan.
The White House says Mike Pence will use his trip to highlight America's "continued commitment" to its allies in the region.
The tour comes as tensions between the US and North Korea rise.
Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports from Washington, DC.
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Looks like Japan and Korea will be just a waste land, their playing with fire, mainly the wicked western Elites?
when Xi met with obama it was really just a photo op where they talked about the internet. The US is finally back
wish they would show yhe dislikes
Why just a waste of time and space?