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1. A Bird’s Eye View of China’s National Security and Foreign Policy through Two Key Policy Documents 2. Dissecting the Words of the Chinese Leadership: Chinese Foreign Policy and National Security Strategy in 2023 and Beyond 3. China’s National Security and Foreign Policy Seen through Organization Reshuffle Announced at Two Sessions 20234. Evaluation and Outlook5. Implications for South Korea-China Relations
Ⅰ. IntroductionII. How the Concept of Gray Zone Has Evolved in China in the Post-Cold War EraIII. Regional Applications and Implications: Friction between Seoul and Beijing over THAAD DeploymentIV. Navigating the Gray Zone: Considerations for the Targets of Operations Ⅴ. Conclusion
IntroductionWhy Pyongyang Masterminds Illicit Cyber ActivitiesNorth Korea’s Cyber Capabilities and Vulnerability to External AttacksThe ROK Government's ResponsePolicy Recommendations
Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. NATO Expansion and Russian ResponseⅢ. The Cause of the Ukrainian War Ⅳ. The U.S. StrategyⅤ. Policy Implications
Ⅰ. NATO and Korea in 2022Ⅱ. Key Changes in the 2022 NATO Strategic ConceptⅢ. Implications of the NATO 2022 Strategic Concept for Global SecurityⅣ. Policy Recommendations
Ⅰ. ForewordⅡ. Background and PremiseⅢ. Analysis of Recent DevelopmentsⅣ. Key Premises of the North Korean Concept of Nuclear EscalationⅤ. Policy Approaches: Direction for the Message of Deterrence
I. The IPEF as Multilateral Economic NegotiationⅡ. Prospects for the IPEF Ⅲ. South Korea’s Approach toward the IPEF
Ⅰ. Needs for ‘Strategic Thinking’ in Korean DiplomacyⅡ. Evolution of Strategy-related Organizations in the Ministry of Foreign AffairsⅢ. ‘Poverty of Strategy’Ⅳ. Definition of Strategy and Its Comparison With PolicyⅤ. Proposal for Strategy Development Plan
I. IntroductionII. Development Cooperation Elements in the U.S., Japan and EU’s Indo-Pacific StrategiesⅢ. In-depth Analysis of Infrastructure SectorⅣ. Policy Recommendations
I. The Issue II. Background: Diversification of Nuclear CapabilitiesIII. Analysis and Outlook: The 'Nuclear Arms Control Argument' Taking Shape IV. Implications
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