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Jui Angel
Jul 30, 2022
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Asia-Pacific security, focusing on water conservancy, energy, transportation and In the field of IT products, we have established a number of infrastructures in cooperation with Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia and other countries. Not only has ASEAN become South Korea's second largest trading partner, but to a certain extent the risk of over-reliance on China's economy has been dispersed, and a series of cooperation has also been recognized by many countries including the President of Singapore, giving the New Southern Policy a high evaluation. . AP19329449528574 Photo Credit: shutterstock/ Dazhi Image Leaders of Southeast Asian countries take a group photo at the welcome dinner at the ASEAN-Republic of Korea Commemorative Summit held in Busan on November 25, 2019. Yin Xiyue's New Southern job email list Policy Prospects after Taking Office With the escalation and expansion of the rivalry between the two powers, the entire Indo-Pacific region and even the South Pacific region has become a game stage for the two powers to compete for hegemony. The inauguration of the current South Korean President Yoon Seok- wyeh not only determines the situation on the Korean Peninsula for at least five to eight years in the future, but also affects the stability of the overall development of Northeast Asia and even the Indo-Pacific region. However, in terms of infrastructure, many scholars have identified that since he took office, he has positioned the diplomatic strategy to build South Korea into a " Global Pivotal State ". It is not difficult to see that South Korea will continue to deepen cooperation with ASEAN countries in the future. The New Southern Policy is bound to continue to expand, forming a new model of "New Southern Policy 2.0". First of all, despite the fierce confrontation between China and the United States during the Moon Jae-in period, the prevalence of Trump’s unilateralism in the United States greatly reduced the strategic incentives the United States gave other countries.
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