Changing South Korea: Issues of identity and reunification in formulating the Australia-Korea security policy, foreign policy, and wider relationship
This article argues that Australia must consider the changing attitudes of young people in South Korea toward nationalism, identity and unification when formulating Australian-Korean security and foreign policy. Through an in-depth examination of the South Korean youth and student movement and young people's changing attitudes to North Korea and unification, I suggest that a change in the nature of nationalism has occurred - a shift from a nationalism based on a peninsula-wide concept of...[Show more]
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