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(Re-)Asserting Indonesias Role to (Resume)the Six-Party Talks:Creating the Region Conducive

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Authors
아드히
Advisor
Sheen, Seong Ho
Major
국제대학원 국제학과
Issue Date
2017-08
Publisher
서울대학교 국제대학원
Keywords
Six-Party TalksKorean PeninsulaImpartialityMiddle PowerStalemateThird-PartyMediating RoleHopmann’s Four-Pronged Approach
Description
학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 국제대학원 국제학과, 2017. 8. Sheen, Seong Ho.
Abstract
Abstract
(Re-)Asserting Indonesias Role to (Resume) the Six-Party Talks:
Creating the Region Conducive


ADHY BUWONO PUTRO
International Area Studies
Graduate School of International Studies
Seoul National University

The Six-Party Talks has yet to resume since 2008. Each and every party was yet to share the view to reconcile the divergence. Differences in stakes and interests deem to be the main impediment in crafting the peaceful resolution on the Peninsula. Impartiality is therefore a key to approach the Six-Party Talks, in particular, and the Korean Peninsula, at large. It has been missing on the deliberation. The emerging role of the Middle Power offers a promising alternative to help resuscitate the stalemate. With its impartiality, Middle Power could assert its Third-Party and mediating role on the Talks. Through Hopmanns four-pronged approach, Indonesia, as among the prominent middle power, may give a new hope to the Peninsula constellation.

Keywords: Six-Party Talks, Korean Peninsula, Impartiality, Middle Power, Stalemate, Third-Party, Mediating Role, Hopmanns Four-Pronged Approach

Student Number: 2015-25101
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/137517
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