A deliberative Approach to East Asia’s Contested History



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1 This paper was originally prepared for Association of Korean Political Studies panel at the American Political Science Association annual meeting, 28–31 August 2008. Revised versions were presented to a seminar hosted by the Department of International Relations and the Korea Institute, Australian National University (November 2008), and a Korean Studies Forum hosted by the Sogang University Graduate School of International Studies (December 2008). The authors are grateful for comments and feedback from attendees to each of these seminars.


2 The Trilateral Joint History Editorial Committee (TJHEC) finalized the sub-textbook in 2005. The Korean version, published by Hankyoreh Sinmunsa, carried the title Mirae-reul yeoneun Yeoksa: Han Jung Il-i hamgye mandeun Dong Asia 3guk-ui Geunhyeondaesa (A History that Opens the Future: The Contemporary and Modern History of Three East Asian Countries). Hereafter referred to as Modern History of East Asia, the Korean version is the one used in this paper.

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