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The Relationship between China and Korea the Korean Peninsula: Focused on a Geoeconomic Approach for Unification

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The political, economic and cultural interests of China, the United States, Japan, Russia and Korea are more closely intertwined than ever before. From a geopolitical perspective, it is in all these parties’ interests to encourage the stabilization of North Korea and reduce the Nort of interests, South Korea has begun to develop advanced diplomatic capabilities. These skills have been most recently on display in Korea’s response to China’s “One Belt One Road” project, in asserting the Eur Initiative, and in the Northeast Asian Peace Cooperation Initiative. Looking at the modern between China and South Korea, we can see the growing partner relationship of economic cooperation bolstered by persistent political engagement along with support for a Eurasia Initiative among key economic players may strengthen the South Korean economy, reduce North Korean isolationism, and pave the way for Korean reunification. The such larger economic cooperative efforts will provide a framework of interdependence between North and South Korea that is necessary as a precursor to reunification.

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. The Economic and Communications Foundation for Reunification

Ⅲ.Urgency for Cooperation, Reconciliation, and Peaceful Reunification

Ⅳ. Conclusion

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