Korea and Japan: The Clash of Worldviews, 1868–1876
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192pp. July 2007
Korea and Japan: The Clash of Worldviews, 1868–1876
Author: Kim, Yongkoo;
Yongkoo Kim analyzes the diplomatic relationship between Korea and Japan during the period of the formation of modern nation-states in the nineteenth century. In doing so, three main issues are explored: (1) the nature of the Korean-Japanese diplomatic relations institutionalized and stabilized for several hundred years as a peculiar international system, kyorin (dealing with the neighbor); (2) this system’s connections to the broader China-centered international system of East Asia, sadae (serving the superior); and (3) the specific diplomatic processes of the "clash" between the international order of East Asia (sadae-kyorin) and that of Western international law.

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Author: Kim, Yongkoo;



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