Hundt, David 2009, South Korea confronts the rise of China, in Global Korea : old and new : proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Conference Korean Studies Association of Australasia, The Association, Australia, pp. 128-139.
Global Korea : old and new : proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Conference Korean Studies Association of Australasia
Korean Studies Association of Australasia Conference
Place of publication
The rise of China is one of the most discussed topics in the field of international relations. While few doubt that China is indeed “rising”, precisely how this process is unfolding and with what implications, is unclear. Should China’s growing prominence in regional and global affairs be treated as simply the latest in a natural process of states rising in influence, or is it somehow new, different or potentially destabilising? Given that the implications of China’s rise have been acutely felt in South Korea, this paper focuses seeks to typologise the responses of the South to the rise of China.
Field of Research
160607 International Relations
Socio Economic Objective
940301 Defence and Security Policy
HERDC Research category
E1 Full written paper - refereed
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