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China and Contemporary Korean Nationalism: Reflecting on China s NortheastProject

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2009, v.49 no.1, pp.120-153
https://doi.org/10.25024/kj.2009.49.1.120



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Abstract

China’s Northeast Project (NEP), also known as the “Research Project of Northeastern China,” has unleashed national sentiment among many Korean people. Even if it originated in purely academic research, the NEP poses a grave political challenge to contemporary Korea. The Korean response to the NEP can be broadly categorized in two ways: The first is that while negative perceptions of these moves by the Chinese have prevailed in Korean society, the Korean government has been very cautious in expressing criticism of the NEP due to national interests with the Chinese government. The other point is that as time has progressed, a series of Korean self-reflections on the complex nature of nationalism in response to the NEP has emerged. With the analysis of these self-reflections, this paper attempts to address an inter-subjective nationalist perspective of history as a solution that recognizes “mutual recognition of national identity” in considering the prevailing reality of Northeastern Asian nationalism.

keywords
Northeast Project Goguryeo zhonghua minzu Chinese nationalism Korean nationalism

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