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Conflict and Security

Reconstituting Korean Security

There is still a possibility of war on the Korean peninsula. Such a war would not only involve North-east Asia but major global actors – including the United States. It is therefore imperative that careful analysis take place of the diverse security dilemmas of the Korean and regional actors such as to provide a base for effective and realistic policy recommendations.

Objectives of this project include:

The project would ultimately recommend that if the nature of Korean security were reconstituted to include human security as well as national defence, policy-makers could find more innovative and flexible policy responses to conflict on the peninsula.

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