The Routledge Handbook of Europe-Korea Relations
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The Routledge Handbook of Europe-Korea Relations provides a comprehensive overview of the changing dynamics in relations between the Europe and Korea, provided by leading experts in the field.
Informed by high-quality academic research and key trilateral data and statistics, this book brings scope, balance and depth, with wide-ranging coverage examining the history of Europe-Korea relations, the Cold War, contemporary Europe-ROK and Europe-DPRK relations, Europe and inter-Korea relations within the regional context, and relations between European countries and the ROK. Through this approach, it increases awareness of the extent and intensity of the multi-faceted and multi-layered connections between the Europe and Korea. Finally, it proposes a way forward for a future relationship between Europe and the Koreas. As a key reference point, for advanced-level students, researchers, policy-makers and journalists producing, and consuming, new material in the area and beyond, it provides an essential understanding of both the historical backdrop to, and the current crisis in, this troubled peninsula.
This handbook will be an essential reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners interested and working in the fields of Asian Politics/ Studies, EU Politics/Studies, European Politics/Studies, Korean Politics/Studies and International Relations.
The Routledge Handbook of Europe-Korea Relations is part of the mini-series Europe in the World Handbooks examining EU-regional relations.
Table of Contents
Introduction: A Multi-Faceted and Multi-Layered Relationship
Ramon Pacheco Pardo, Nicola Casarini and Antonio Fiori
Part 1: Historical Evolution
1. Korea–Europe Relations from the Origins to 1950
2. The Evolution of Europe and Korea Relations during the Cold War (1950-1990)
3. Contemporary EU-Korea Relations: 1991-2020
Ramon Pacheco Pardo
Part 2: Social and Cultural Relations
4. Korea-EU Intellectual and Cultural Exchange
5. New Perspectives of Korean Wave: Digital Media and Global Fandom
6. EU-Korea Education Cooperation
7. Immigration as Personal and Cultural Interchange: South Koreans in Germany, UK and France
Sung Eun SHIM
8. Is the EU an Ever-Closer Partner? Reflecting the EU Representations in South Korea
YOON Sung-Won and CHUNG Sae Won
Part 3: Economic Relations
9. EU-DPRK Economic Ties: Old Legacies and Future Prospects
10. Dynamics of the Korea-EU FTA: From the early stage to the entry-into-force
11. EU-ROK FTA (2011-2020): First experience of Implementing Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter under the FTA
12. Korea-EU Direct Investment Links: The Neglected Facet of a tight Partnership
13. Chapter Development Cooperation: South Korea’s Transition from New to Established Donor
14. Social Market Economy and Welfare in Europe and Korea
Part 4: Science and Technology, Energy and the Environment
15. EU–Korea Partnership on Energy and Climate Change: Common Paths toward Low Carbon Transition
16. Scientific Innovation: The fourth industrial revolution and R&D cooperation
Part 5: Politics and Global Governance
17. The Strategic Partnership between the EU and Korea
18. EU-Korea and the International Community: The United Nations, the G20, and the Asia-Europe Meeting
19. Human Security: Emerging Area for Cooperation in Korea and the EU
Sebastian Harnisch and KIM Nam-kook
20. The EU, North Korea and the Shifting Global Discourse on Human Rights
21. EU-Korea Relations in the age of Covid and Mounting US-China Tensions
22. Legal Issues in Korea-EU Relationship
23. The European Union and Regional Integration in Northeast Asia
Part 6: Bilateral Relations
24. Continued Ambivalence: The History and Present of Germany-Korea Relations
Eric J. Ballbach
26. Republic of Korea-Italy Relations: Consolidating Strategic Partnership
KIM Si Hong
Part 7: Security and the Regional Context
27. EU-Korea Cooperation in Non-proliferation and Disarmament
28. EU Sanctions against North Korea: Making a stringent UN sanctions regime even tougher
Mario Esteban and Clara Portela
29. EU-Korea and Six Party Talks
30. EU-ROK in Crisis Management
31. Europe and Inter-Korean Relations
Antonio Fiori and Marco Milani
KIM Nam-Kook and Jae-Seung Lee
Nicola Casarini is Senior Fellow and Head of Asia Research at the Institute of International Affairs (IAI) in Rome, Italy, and Visiting Professor at the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland.
Antonio Fiori is Associate Professor at the Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Bologna, Italy.
Nam-Kook Kim is Jean Monnet Chair Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Korea University, South Korea.
Jae-Seung Lee is Dean and Professor of International Political Economy at KU-KIEP-SBS EU Centre, Korea University, South Korea.
Ramon Pacheco Pardo is Reader in International Relations at King's College London, UK, and the KF-VUB Korea Chair at the Brussels School of Governance of Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.
"The Handbook puts the EU-Korea in the larger context of the EU foreign policy which is more than a China policy. It highlights what strategic partners can achieve in the policy areas which will shape the 21st century. In times of great power competition, a forceful testimony of the need for Europe to engage in times when security has become intertwined and indivisible. The security on the Korean Peninsula is also a key factor in the Indo-Pacific."
Herman Van Rompuy, President Emeritus European Council
"The Europe-Republic of Korea relations are now heading in the direction of global governance in the sense that both are contributing substantially to the provision of global public goods. Sustaining multilateral institutions, cherishing and protecting universal human values, providing stability in both regions, and broadening open and fair markets are important examples of their global contributions. As the Republic of Korea is developing fast to become an advanced democracy with technological edge in many future technologies, the cooperation between Europe and the Republic of Korea is entering into a new chapter. On the other hand, the EU-DPRK relations seem a lot less dynamic and slow to evolve into mature partnership. The EU, however, still remains a hopeful platform to reignite future-oriented cooperation, and shares long history of mutual contacts and diplomatic innovations. This handbook is a must read for all the readers and experts who are interested in comprehensive understanding of contemporary EU-Korea relations."
Geun LEE, President of Korea Foundation
"At a time when the centre of geopolitical gravity is decisively tilting East, this handbook, unpacking relations between Europe and the Korean peninsula, is a must read for all scholars and practitioners of European foreign policy."
Nathalie Tocci, Director of the Istituto Affari Internazionali, Italy, and Special Advisor to EU High Representative