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    Title: 後冷戰時期兩韓統一政策之比較研究(1991-2005)
    Other Titles: A comparative study of the two Koreas' unification policies in the post cold war period (1991-2005)
    Authors: 張玲玲;Chang, Ling-ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    王高成;Wang, Kao-cheng
    Keywords: 朝鮮半島;分裂國家;統一政策;Korea Peninsula;Divided nations;Unification Policy
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:43:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自第二次世界大戰結束後,朝鮮半島因外力因素以三十八度線為界,真正分裂為南、北韓兩地。至今朝鮮半島情勢仍受到美、中、俄、日等四強的影響;1948年南、北韓各自成立政權,均以「國土統一」為最高政策指導綱領。期間除了北韓發動欲以武力赤化南韓的韓戰之外,戰爭結束後的雙方均各自提出並推展統一政策,逐步將統一原則訂定在自主、和平、民族團結等原則上。
    After World War Ⅱ,Korea Peninsula was formally divided into two separately independent countries-South Korea and North Korea. The profound influence from the United States,China,Russia, and Japan can actually be seen in the Peninsula today. Ever since the establishment of “two Koreas”, “Reunification” has long been the supreme guideline for both sides of the peninsula. Except for “Korea War” in 1950, both countries have respectively proposed their unification policies under the principle of mutual benefit.
    Due to the efforts of international communities, “two Koreas” have reached many substantial consensuses, including the Korea Summit in 2000, which set the milestone for possible future cooperation.
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the difference of unification policies between “two Koreas”, focusing on South Korea''s “The Korean National Community Unification (KNC) Formula” and North Korea''s “Democratic Confederal Republic of Koryo(DCKR)”. The two Koreans unification formulas were the difference, in particular, between “two states” and “one state” that had long characterized the fundamental gap that the two Koreas have found to be difficult.
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