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Title :21世紀の北東アジア地域における市民社会及び非伝統的な安全保障概念
Title alternative :Civil Society and Alternative Security Concepts in Northeast Asia in the 21st Century
Authors :Katarzyna, Podlipska
Issue Date :31-Mar-2017
Abstract :From 2012, the Northeast Asia region has seen a surge in tensions over territorial disputes, North Korean missile and nuclear tests, deployment of THAAD system to South Korea, and continuous presence of the United States. Traditional security concept with its deterrence, power projection, and alliances failed to create a stable security environment in this part of the world. The article examines the potential of civil society to provide an alternative answer to the existing security system, and introduces three alternative security concepts that emerged from transnational cooperation between civil society groups based in different countries of the Northeast Asia region.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :2186-7933
Publisher :琉球大学国際沖縄研究所
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/37391
Citation :国際琉球沖縄論集 = International Review of Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies no.6 p.67 -90
Appears in Collections:No.6 (2017/3)

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