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Still cold war? : perspectives on inter-Korean peace and reconciliation

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이우영, 李宇榮, 1959- 김성희, 1975-.
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Still cold war? : perspectives on inter-Korean peace and reconciliation / edited by Woo-Young Lee and Sunghee Kim.
발행사항
Seoul :   Seoul Selection,   2021.  
형태사항
320 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9791189809492
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Includes bibliographical references.
일반주제명
Peace-building --Korea. Korean reunification question (1945- ).
주제명(지명)
Korea (South) --Foreign relations --Korea (North).
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냉전과 신냉전의 이중 교착 상태에 갇혀 있는 남북 관계의 심리적, 정서적 측면을 탐구하고 통일에 앞서 선행되어야 할 과제로서 '민족 화해'를 모색하는 연구 결과를 모은 책이다. 이 책에서는 국제환경 등 객관적 요소가 아닌 정서, 정신 등 주관적 요소를 중심으로 한반도 평화와 화해의 가능성을 살펴본다.

이를테면, "사회문화 차원에서 남북한은 통일을 이룰 수 있을까?" "통일 한국의 구성원들이 사고방식의 통일을 이룰 수 있을까?"라는 질문을 던지고 이에 대한 답을 모색한다. 개별 논문의 주제로는 남북한 통합에 대한 인식, 한국인으로서 정체성과 한민족 구성원으로서 정체성이 통일 문제에 미치는 영향, 베를린에 거주하는 한인들의 분단과 통일에 대한 인식, 남북한 반미정서의 근원, 분단문제를 다룬 영화들에 나타난 남북한 통합에 대한 인식 등이 다뤄졌다.

How could Korean reunification be possible at the sociocultural level? Further, how could an integration of Korean mindsets be possible among those who make up an integrated Korean society? To answer these questions, it is necessary to consider the general perception of the integration of North and South Korea among their peoples.

About the book

세계는 신냉전 또는 2차 냉전이라는 새로운 갈등시대로 접어들고 있지만, 한국은 여전히 1차 냉전 구도에 갇혀 있다. 즉 20세기 후반 동구권의 몰락에도 불구하고 한반도 냉전, 특히 미국이 주도하는 자유민주주의 세계와 북한 사이의 지정학적 긴장이 계속되고 있다. 게다가 남한 국민들은 지난 10년 동안 남북 경제 격차가 커지면서 통일에 대한 관심을 잃고 있는 형국. 여기에 미국과 중국이 빚어내는 헤게모니 갈등으로 인한 신냉전으로 한반도의 통일 논의 등 전반적인 상황은 더욱 깊은 수렁에 빠졌다.
STILL COLD WAR?는 이처럼 냉전과 신냉전의 이중 교착 상태에 갇혀 있는 남북 관계의 심리적, 정서적 측면을 탐구하고 통일에 앞서 선행되어야 할 과제로서 '민족 화해'를 모색하는 연구 결과를 모은 책이다. 이 책에서는 국제환경 등 객관적 요소가 아닌 정서, 정신 등 주관적 요소를 중심으로 한반도 평화와 화해의 가능성을 살펴본다. 이를테면, "사회문화 차원에서 남북한은 통일을 이룰 수 있을까?" "통일 한국의 구성원들이 사고방식의 통일을 이룰 수 있을까?"라는 질문을 던지고 이에 대한 답을 모색한다. 개별 논문의 주제로는 남북한 통합에 대한 인식, 한국인으로서 정체성과 한민족 구성원으로서 정체성이 통일 문제에 미치는 영향, 베를린에 거주하는 한인들의 분단과 통일에 대한 인식, 남북한 반미정서의 근원, 분단문제를 다룬 영화들에 나타난 남북한 통합에 대한 인식 등이 다뤄졌다.

This book is an anthology of articles on national reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula, where military tensions following the Korean War (1950-1953) have yet to be resolved. To be specific, this collection of studies explores the psychological and emotional aspects of inter-Korean relations.
Although the world is entering a new age of conflict called the New Cold War or Second Cold War, Korea is still stuck in the first one. In other words, the Cold War on the Korean Peninsula-specifically, the geopolitical tension between the US-led liberal democratic world and socialist North Korea-continues despite the fall of the Eastern bloc in the late 20th century. However, this is not to say that the New Cold War-the conflict between China and the United States-does not affect the Korean Peninsula; if anything, this new rivalry, with China's support of North Korea, overlaps the old ideological strife in the region. Thus, the lingering geopolitical tension in Korea is not merely a national problem but an international one that extends both Cold Wars.
The two Koreas-North and South-have lost their way to national reunification in a labyrinth of global conflict. International communities led by the US, China, and Russia (formerly the Union of
Socialist Soviet Republics or USSR) have tackled "Korean problems"-notably, North Korea's nuclear program. However, their efforts have proved fruitless. Neither the six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program nor the US's strategies for North Korea (e.g., information operations and strategic patience) have worked. Moreover, the South Korean public has been losing interest in national unification over the last decade as the gap in the economy between North and South widens. As a result, the peace talks in Korea have reached a stalemate.
However, the present work examines the possibilities of peace and reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula, focusing on subjective elements such as emotion and psyche-not objective factors such as the international environment-in inter-Korean relations. Ma?m, a Korean word meaning mind and heart, is the key concept upon which all the studies in this book draw. Understanding each other's ma?m could be a vital prerequisite for peace and reconciliation between the two Koreas.
In 2012, the Simyeon Institute for North Korean Studies (SINKS) at the University of North Korean Studies launched a 10-year project on North and South Koreans' ma?m in relation to each other: in other words, their emotional attitudes toward each other. The National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) funded this project, selecting SINKS as a participant in the Social Sciences Korea (SSK) program through which the NRF promotes research in the field of social sciences. Thus, scholars affiliated with SINKS have produced hundreds of academic articles and dozens of books about emotion and ma?m in inter-Korean relations. The articles in the present work are a small portion of this research project, spanning from 2012 to 2021.
This book represents neither a particular approach nor methodology. Instead, it seeks to foster diverse perspectives, embracing various conceptual, normative, and empirical research on inter-Korean relations. Thus, this work aims to promote the global discussion on Korea, a region suffering from the two Cold Wars.
-From the Preface

Authors

Woo-Young Lee _ Professor, University of North Korean Studies
Eun-jeung Lee _ Professor, Freie Universit?t Berlin
Lee Bongki _ Director, Korea Cultural Center, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Leipzig, Germany
Koo Kab Woo _ Professor, University of North Korean Studies
Hannes B. Mosler _ Professor, Freie Universit?t Berlin
Ju Hwa Park _ Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification
Kap-sik Kim _ Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification
Jin-heon Jung _ Professor, National Institute for Unification Education, Seoul
Young-Mi Kwon _ Invited Professor, Sungkyunkwan University
Tae-Kyung Kim _ Research Professor, University of North Korean Studies
Hayeon Lee _ Postdoctoral Fellow, Sungkyunkwan University
Myoung-Shin Kim _ Senior Program Specialist, Korean National Commission for UNESCO
Sunkyung Choi _ Research Professor, University of North Korean Studies


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저자소개

Woo-Young Lee(엮은이)

Professor, University of North Korean Studies

Sunghee Kim(엮은이)

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목차

PREFACE
1. The Perception of the Integration of North and South Korea
2. Ethnic Identification Matters
3. Peace through Cooperation or Peace through Strength?How to Achieve Peace in an Intractable Conflict Society
4. Division and Unification: Seen through the Eyes of Korean Migrants in Berlin
5. The Elephant in the Room: Problems and Potentials of the Workers' Party of Korea in a Korean Unification Scenario
6. The Making of the "Reader-People" in the 1950-1960s North Korean Socialist Literature
7. The Discursive Origins of Anti-Americanism in the Two Koreas
8. Inter-Korean Integration Mirrored in Division Films: Changing Collective Emotion in South Korea Toward Inter-Korean Integration
9. Remaking a Transborder Nation in North Korea: Media Representation in the Korean Peace Process


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