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Asiative 창간호
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정치외교연구센터/동아시아공동체와 지역통합
▣ From Editor (Jung-Chul Lee)

▣ congratulatory address
● Northeast Asia, Today and Beyond (Haruki Wada)
● The Post Kim Jong-il Era and the 2013 Regime in South Korea (Nak-chung Paik)

▣ Special Features: Nuclear Security ?
● The Paradox of the Discourse: "Nuclear-free World" and a Discussion of "Nuclear Security" (Jung-Eun Park)
● Fukushima and the 'Peaceful' Use of Nuclear Technology (Yoshinori KASEDA)
● Is It Possible to Denuclearize South Korea (Jung-Pil Lee)
● "The Korean Peninsula Must Be Denuked" (Hong-seo Park)

▣ In-depth Analysis
● The Real Reason Why the US Gave Up Waging Two Wars (Jong-dae Kim)
● Some observations from the 2012 Taiwan's Presidential Election (Wan-Ying Yang)
● Japan's Choice: Possibility of a Renewal of National Strategy and Political Reshuffle (Jung-jin Park)
● Presidential Election in Russia 2012: Features and Results (Alexander V. Sokolov)
● Analysis and Outlook of the Middle East: Focusing on US-Iran Relations
(Young-Chol Choe)

▣ Issues & Debate
● Ding Xueliang's Chinese Model and Social Democracy (Hee-ok Lee)

▣ Inside the Peninsula
● The Kim Jong-un Regime and Building an Economic Powerhouse (Ik-pyo Hong)
● Has the North Korean Economy Really Declined in Consecutive Years? (Jung-Chul Lee)

* 구독방법1: 『Asiative』의 주요 독자는 해외의 정책담당자와 오피니언리더그룹입니다. 코리아연구원 후원회원(월 1만원)으로 등록하시는 분들에게는 『Asiative』와 함께 코리아연구원의 연구성과물을 우송하여 드립니다.

** 구독방법2: 낱권 구매를 원하시는 경우 15,000원을 입금(우리은행 1005-100-937962/ 예금주 : 새로운 코리아구상을위한연구원) 후 사무처(knsi@knsi.org/ T:733-3348)로 연락주시면 우송해 드립니다.
Asiative는 아시아인들이 우리의 문제를 우리의 시각으로 보고 느끼고 교호하는 장을 만들자는 취지에서 창간되었다.

Asiative 창간호는 먼저 한국 서울에서 개최되는 핵안보정상회의를 특집(special features)으로 다루고 있다. 오바마 대통령의 이니셔티브로 개최된 핵안보 정상회의가 비핵운동의 중요한 발걸음이기는 하지만, 그것은 핵물질안보에 머무르고 있다는 점에서 한계가 분명하다. 우리가 원하는 것이 핵안보인가 아니면 핵없는 세상인가 라는 질문은 서울 핵안보 정상회의를 대하는 Asiative의 근본적인 질문인 것이다.

Asiative의 기사는 그 발간 주체가 KNSI라는 이유 때문에 아직은 한반도 문제에 많은 지면을 할애하고 있다. Inside Peninsula 란에는 남북한 문제에 대해 아시아인들에게 던지고 싶은 많은 문제들을 담아 제시할 것이다. 이번 호에는 2012년 북한의 정치 및 경제 체제 전망에 대한 논의를 담았다.
그 외 Asiative는 In depth Analysis나 Issues and Debates의 지면을 통해 미중일러 그리고 중동 문제에 대한 분석과 설명 그리고 전망을 제시하고 있다.

* 구독방법1: 『Asiative』의 주요 독자는 해외의 정책담당자와 오피니언리더그룹입니다. 코리아연구원 후원회원(월 1만원)으로 등록하시는 분들에게는 『Asiative』와 함께 코리아연구원의 연구성과물을 우송하여 드립니다.

** 구독방법2: 낱권 구매를 원하시는 경우 15,000원을 입금(우리은행 1005-100-937962/ 예금주 : 새로운 코리아구상을위한연구원) 후 사무처(knsi@knsi.org/ T:733-3348)로 연락주시면 우송해 드립니다.
▣ From Editor:

The world has been mired in turmoil since the global financial crisis. The “20:80” society has inflicted great pain to people’s lives and has provoked the wrath of the general public as it turns out to be, in essence, closely interrelated with the “99:1” power balance in the financial sector. In Zuccotti Park, on the streets of Cairo, and now in every corner of streets around the globe, citizens are exploding with anger.

During the early years of modern history when it was unable to overcome a pre-modern order of Sino-centrism, Asia suffered most as the victim of the Orientalism of the Western world, but it has successfully and quickly closed the gap that was created during modern and contemporary history over the past 100 years. Nonetheless, Asia has yet to establish itself as a regional entity.

There have been various regional views—Asia Pacific, a regional view dominated by the American values, North East Asia, a regional view constructed by practical purposes, and ASEAN, sub-regional community of South East Asia—and these coexisting views are unable to be amalgamated into a single concrete solidarity. Discussions on the concept of East Asia has been active, but still the accumulated time and effort in the public discussion over the issue is simply insufficient to encompass the whole of Asia, including China, India or Japan—partly because of extreme differences among players in terms of cultural and economic aspects compared with the depth of their history.

The collapsed myth of Japan with the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant meltdown, the peculiar Chinese model that has yet to mature as an asset to the global community, and an extremely bipolarized India with a potentially giant future—all make it clear that there is a dire lack of common values and orientations shared among Asian people. This means there is no established road that leads to a “we-community” among Asians.

In this respect, Asiative is created to provide a forum for Asian people to access and discuss and share their views on Asian issues. The Korea National Strategy Institute has taken the first step in entering the relay race, and the next runners to take over the baton are all the ordinary people who love Asia, have interest in Asia, and are eager to take part in the task of region-building in Asia.

The first issue of Asiative features the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit in its Special Features section. Although the NSS meeting created by US President Obama’s initiative could play an important role as a stepping stone toward a widespread denuclearization movement, it is clear that the meeting limits itself in a boundary of the security of nuclear materials only. So, Asiative’s fundamental question upon the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit is: What do we really want—nuclear security or a nuclear-free world?

With KNSI based in Seoul being the publisher, Asiative discusses the issues that affect the Korean Peninsula in the lion’s portion of its pages for the moment. In Inside the Peninsula section, it presents a number of issues regarding South and North Korea to Asian and global people. This issue focuses on the discussion of the prospects of North Korea’s political and economic system in 2012. In addition, Asiative also offers in its In-depth Analysis, and Issues and Debates analytic views and suggestive outlooks on issues touching upon the US, China, Japan, Russia and the Middle East.

A new-born journal generally must feel its way before it can find its true niche both by its staff and its readers—in the content of its articles as well as its editing and arrangement. Asiative would greatly appreciate your kind and loving attention and feedback as it toddles its way toward the future with expectation of your continued support and encouragement. Your participation, inputs and feedbacks will surely help Asiative grow into a strong runner.

I sincerely expect that the year 2012 finds that together with Asiative, Asian people will embrace global issues to widen the scope of their perspectives and concerns.

Thank you.

Jung Chul Lee/Editor in Chief
On behalf of the Editorial Committee

▣ Asiative_A Review of Asian Affairs

Asiative is a quarterly journal published by the Korea National Strategy Institute (KNSI). The word Asiative is coined from a combination of the words Asian and alternative, creative, initiative. Asiative is committed to serving as a medium for achieving a peaceful Korean Peninsula and global community through discovery of alternative policies for Asia and the world from an Asian perspective.

The Korea National Strategy Institute (KNSI) is an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit public research institution dedicated to developing policy recommendations on Korea's domestic politics and foreign relations, economy and trade, and social and cultural issues. The KNSI seeks to accomplish reconciliation and reunification between South and North Korea based on the principles of independence, democracy, and peace, thereby contributing to an enduring peace in East Asia and around the world.

Editor in Chief:
Jung Chul Lee (Korea National Strategy Institute/ Soongsil University)

Associate Editor:
Philip H. Park (Kyungnam University)

Editorial Planning Committee:
Changsoo Kim (Korea Peace Forum)
Dae-Han Song(International Strategy Center)
Haesook Kim(International Strategy Center)
Hongseo Park (Korea National Strategy Institute)
Ihk-pyo Hong (University of North Korean Studies)
Jiyoung Choi (Hallym University)
JungJin Park (Institute for Japanese Studies, Seoul National University)
Jun Ho Hwang (Pressian)
Seungchan Yoo (Eurekaplus)
Sung Hoon Jeh (Institute of Russian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Sunhyuk Kim (Korea University)

Editorial Advisory Board:
Haruki Wada (University of Tokyo)
Jaejung Lee (Sungkonghoe University)
Jae-jung Suh (Johns Hopkins University)
Jong-Il You (KDI School of Public Policy and Management)
Nak-chung Paik (Editor of the Quarterly Changbi and Professor Emeritus at Seoul National University)
Ruediger Frank (University of Vienna)
Su-il Jeong (Korea Institute of Civilizational Exchanges)
Sunsong Park (Dongguk University)
Tadashi Kimiya(University of Tokyo)

KNSI & Asiative Staff:
Management: Kyoung-Sun Kim (Secretary General)
Translation: Jung-Baum Choi (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Administration: Kongju Ryu (Vice Secretary General)

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Tel: +82-2-733-3348 Fax: 733-3358 Email: knsi@ knsi.org. Homepage: www.knsi.org

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