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Korea has emerged as an important player in Asian and international affairs. Its presence and influence have expanded in trade, investment, overseas development assistance ODA and humanitarian aid, and culture. At the same time, the Middle East has never been as important to Korea as it is today. Yet, the extensiveness and complexity of Korea-Middle East relations are not commonly appreciated.
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History of Korean
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Like a pit bull chained in the front yard, North Korea does keep the neighbours on edge. Of course there is always the danger of what might happen if you neglect to feed the dog. Unsurprising then that China should have a long history of mucking about in Korean politics, a history which has often brought it into conflict with that other great Eastern power, Japan. This has seldom worked out well for the Korean people. Nor has it led to much joy for China. The Han empire proceeded to administer the area around modern Pyongyang for nearly years.
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Korea and the Middle East: A World Apart?
The country was created after the Korean war in , for separate the two beligerant and ensure the peace between them. Officially, the general Mc. Arthur-Blonderberg propose the buffer state solution for put an end to the war. It was accepted unanimously the 27 July
South Korea has succeeded in promoting itself as a middle power. South Korea fits the bill under any number of the myriad contested middle power definitions. But despite the flood of academic papers, think tank reports, workshops and seminars on the topic, there appears to be few ideas on how being a middle power helps resolve Korean Peninsula issues. Having reached an enviable position in the international hierarchy, their interest lies in strengthening the status quo by facilitating rules-based governance systems that constrain the states above them and sustain dominance over states below them. The very nature of being a divided state with the potential to drastically change the status quo could preclude South Korea from the middle power category.