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  • 저자

    金炫圭

  • 학위수여기관

    韓國外國語大學校 大學院

  • 학위구분

    국내석사

  • 학과

    정치외교학과

  • 지도교수

    이상환

  • 발행년도

    2014

  • 총페이지

    110 p

  • 키워드

    세력전이이론 중국 미국 일본 세계질서 동북아 지역질서;

  • 언어

    kor

  • 원문 URL

    http://www.riss.kr/link?id=T13538802&outLink=K  

  • 초록

    The purpose of this research is to analyze the three nations, the U.S., China, and Japan, which have a big influence in Northeast Asian regional order as well as world order by using the framework of power transition theory and to grasp the current situation among the nations. This research focused on China from 2003 to 2013 and set up the three nations as follow: China is a challenger, the U.S. is a global hegemon, and Japan is a regional hegemon. Then this paper used two different approaches to explain the relationships among the nations. One of them is the U.S.-China relationship as the world order, and the other is China-Japan relationship as the Northeast Asian order. As a result, this research complexly examines the world order and the Northeast Asian order by analyzing these two bilateral relations in the 'multi-layered bilateral structure'. The first analysis result of this research, dealing with the U.S.-China relationship, is that the U.S. overpowered China in the aspect of economic and military power. In addition, there is no singularity in the aspect of the level of system satisfaction. Therefore, China cannot be classified as a dissatisfied nation, nor can it be a challenger. On the other hand, in case of China-Japan relation. Japan is overwhelmed in magnitude of economic and military power by China, but the quality of Japanese military power is superior to that of China. Therefore, the national power of both nations can be evaluated as equal. In addition, the conflicts between China and Japan have rapidly increased by comparing the level of satisfaction in the past. Particularly, the territorial dispute between China and Japan seriously came into conflict just before an armed clash. As a result, China can be classified both a dissatisfied nation and a challenger in the Northeast Asian order. Based on the two bilateral relations of the U.S.-China and China-Japan, the relations are analyzed by multi-layered bilateral structure that one relation has influences on the other relation. There are two types of the results: the first type, 'transition of conflict', is that the conflict between China and Japan can cause instability in regional order, then the unstable relationship will agitate the stability of the U.S.-China relationship and create conflictual structures. On the other hand, the second type, 'transition of cooperation', is that the cooperation between the U.S and China can cause stability, then their relationship will offset the unstable relationship of China-Japan and eventually cause cooperation between them. In summary, this research concludes that the situation among the nations, the U.S., China, and Japan will possibly develop the aspect to 'transition of cooperation' rather than 'transition of conflict'. China has gained benefits in the world economic system which the U.S. have been leading in the world and China has showed national power growth. Therefore, China will carefully approach the relationship with the U.S. as a nation in the satisfied group which conforms to the world order that the U.S. leads. However, China can come into conflict with Japan which has formed a traditional alliance with the U.S. and has been a hegemon in the region. In addition, China will remain as a dissatisfied nation in the regional order. In conclusion, this research shows that China can be classified as a satisfied nation in the world order, but belongs to dissatisfied group in the regional order in terms of 'multi-layered power transition theory'. This result will theoretically contribute to explaining world and regional orders at the same time.


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