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Contemporary Korea-Southeast Asian Relations
Bilateral and Multilateral

Edited By

Lam Peng Er




ISBN 9781032111797
Published July 29, 2022 by Routledge
312 Pages 16 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book presents a comprehensive overview of the relations between the two Koreas and the different ASEAN states, including their relations with ASEAN as an organization. It outlines a complex picture with both bilateral and multilateral relations in play at the same time. It charts for each relationship how the present situation has arisen, discusses current difficulties and strains, and assesses how the relationship may develop in future.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

About the Contributors and the Editor

List of Figures and Tables

Introduction

1 Relations Between Seoul, ASEAN States and Pyongyang

LAM PENG ER (EDITOR)

PART I Triangular Relations: Three Perspectives

2 Seoul’s New Southern Policy With the ASEAN States and Its Security Implications for Peace on the Korean Peninsula

HAHNKYU PARK

3 ASEAN and the Two Koreas: Bilateral and Multilateral Nexus

NUR SHAHADAH JAMIL

4 Pyongyang’s Relations With the ASEAN States and Seoul: ASEAN as an Epistemic Hub for the Korean Peninsula Issue

KIM SUNG CHULL

PART II ASEAN States Between Pyongyang and Seoul

5 Vietnam’s Relations With the Korean Peninsula: The Interplay Between History, Identity and National Interests

HA ANH TUAN

6 Cambodia’s Relations With North and South Korea: A Remainder From the Cold War

JULIO A. JELDRES

7 Laos’ Friendly Relations With the Socialist and Democratic Regimes in the Korean Peninsula

SULATHIN THILADEJ

8 Singapore’s Relations With North and South Korea: In Pursuit of Pragmatism and Principles

SARAH TEO

9 The Domestic Sources of Indonesia’s Relations With North and South Korea: Pragmatism, Leadership and Regime Legitimacy

ARDHITYA EDUARD YEREMIA AND MUHAMAD ARIF

10 The Philippines-South Korea-North Korea Triangular Relationship: Between a Long-Time Security Partner and a Traditional Security Threat

RENATO CRUZ DE CASTRO

11 A Reactive Diplomacy: Pyongyang-Bangkok-Seoul Triangular Relations

PAVIN CHACHAVALPONGPUN

12 Myanmar and the Two Koreas: Toward New Areas of Convergence?

MOE THUZAR

PART III Triangular Relations: Human Security and Economics

13 Human Security: North Korean Refugees, Conduit of ASEAN States and South Korean Sanctuary

BRENDAN HOWE

14 Triangular Economic Ties Between ROK, DPRK and ASEAN

CHIANG MIN-HUA

Index

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Biography

Lam Peng Er is Principal Research Fellow at the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore.