Domestic Politics, National Identity, and International Conflict: the case of the Koguryo controversy

@article{Chen2012DomesticPN,
  title={Domestic Politics, National Identity, and International Conflict: the case of the Koguryo controversy},
  author={Dingding Chen},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary China},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={227 - 241}
}
  • Dingding Chen
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Contemporary China
This article seeks to explain both China's motivations in, and South Korea's response to, the Koguryo controversy. It argues that it is necessary to take into account the role of national identity and domestic politics in explaining the controversy. China's claim is neither defensive nor offensive toward the two Koreas; rather, it is a logical consequence of a particular historiography in China that was developed in the twentieth century. Given the centrality of national identity construction… Expand
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The Koguryo controversy should also be understood within a larger context of China's borderland policies. For some excellent analyses on different aspects of China's borderland policies, see Bill K
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The book is titled The Contemporary and Modern History of Three East Asian Countries
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