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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Natalya Smirnova
Problems of Unification of Korea at the Present Stage: Views of Russian and American Researchers
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2018
The purpose of this study paper is to reveal the problematic discourse of the unification of the two Korean states at the time frame of modernity, through the prism of the works and theoretical positions of American and Russian researchers. This work has the following objectives. At first, we want to reveal the historical context of developments on the issue of the division of the Korean peninsula at the thirty-eighth parallel. Secondly, in this paper we would like to conceptualize the views of Russian and American researchers on the problem of unification of North and South Korea at the present stage. For achieve the purpose we used the historical and genetic method, methods of comparative literature, the conceptual analysis and the method of discourse analysis. As the result, we expect to create a theoretical construction of the research Russian-American discourse that could fill the gaps and shortcomings of existing models in science on our problem.

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