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Pietrewicz Oskar (Uniwersytet Warszawski w Warszawie, doktorant)
Tytuł
Półwysep Koreański w polityce mocarstw w XXI wieku
Korean Peninsula in the Policy of World Powers in the 21st Century
Źródło
Myśl Ekonomiczna i Polityczna, 2014, nr 1 (44), s. 186-235, bibliogr. 125 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Historia polityczna, Polityka, Polityka zagraniczna, Stosunki międzynarodowe
Political history, Politics, Foreign policy, International relations
Uwagi
streszcz., summ., rez.
Firma/Organizacja

Kraj/Region
Korea
Korea
Abstrakt
W niniejszym artykule przedstawiono sytuację na Półwyspie Koreańskim z perspektywy zarówno zaangażowanych mocarstw (Chin, Japonii, Rosji i USA), jak i państw koreańskich. Dzięki zasygnalizowaniu historycznych uwarunkowań polityki mocarstw wobec Półwyspu i ukazaniu zróżnicowanych interesów poszczególnych państw starano się zaprezentować i wytłumaczyć motywacje ich działań oraz pokuszono się o prognozę dalszych zachowań. Zwrócono również uwagę na bezprecedensową współzależność zaangażowanych stron, która sprawia, że trudno sobie wyobrazić, aby najistotniejsze problemy regionu zostały rozwiązane w sposób inny niż na zasadzie koordynacji stanowisk i wypracowania określonego porozumienia. Podkreślono także wpływ polityki państw koreańskich na zachowanie mocarstw oraz znaczenie czynników wewnętrznych w obu Koreach dla poszukiwania efektywnych rozwiązań stabilizujących sytuację na Półwyspie. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The article presents the situation on the Korean Peninsula from the perspective of the involved superpowers (China, Japan, Russia and the USA) as well as the two Korean states. Signalling historical conditions for the superpowers' policy towards the Peninsula and demonstrating the diverse interests of particular states, the author tries to present and explain their motivation and makes an attempt to predict future developments. Attention is also drawn to unprecedented interdependence of the involved parties, which makes it difficult to imagine that the most important problems in the region can be solved otherwise than by finding a coordinated standpoint and reaching an agreement. The article emphasises the influence of the Korean states' policy on the superpowers' behaviour and the importance of internal factors in both Korean states for the pursuit of efficient solutions stabilising the situation on the Korean Peninsula. (original abstract)
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