Reunification in Korean Peninsula

Helal Uddin Ahmmed, Md. Matiul Hoque Masud, Md. Faisal, Md. Niaz Morshed


Everything has a time. After 60 years of division, two independent nations North and South Korea have missed their chance to be unified. It is not always true that the top leaders of the two states have no wish to bring their nations in one. This reunification process is very sensitive issue in the context of internal and external dynamics. Regional major powers and global superpowers have their own interest in these perspectives. None should make it a Zero-sum game. Major Powers believed the Status Quo will be better than the best option in this case. So every concerned power step slow-go policy. As the two nations did not break themselves, they could not be able to reunify it without help of other. To avoid any devastating situation in Korean Peninsula reunification process should be in diplomatic way. The purpose of this paper is to find out the possibility of their unification in future of course without denying the historical context. It also focuses major powers outlook in this process.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n4p217

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