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    Title: 日本の対北朝鮮政策とその限界―北朝鮮による2017 年の核・ミサイル実験を例として―
    日本的北韓政策及其侷限―以2017 年北韓核武與飛彈試射為例
    Japan’s North Korea Policy and Its Limitations: a Case Study of Pyongyang’s 2017 Nuclear and Missile Tests
    Authors: 楊鈞池
    Yang, Chun-Chih
    Keywords: 日本の政治と外交、安倍晋三、北朝鮮、平和主義、日米同盟
    Japanese Politics and Diplomacy, Shinzo Abe, North Korea, Pacifism, Normal State, U.S.-Japan alliance
    Date: 2018-06
    Issue Date: 2018-08-22 12:11:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 安倍晋三首相は2017 年9 月25 日、突如として臨時国会開会後(同28 日)に衆議院を解散し、翌月22 日に総選挙を行うと発表した。安倍首相は一貫して、これは急激に悪化している少子高齢化問題を克服し国の未来を拓くため、また「北朝鮮の脅威に向き合い」、全力で国民の生命の安全と平和な生活を保障するための「国難突破解散」であり、全身全霊を傾け、全国民と共に国難を突破すると強調した。この間の北朝鮮による核・弾道ミサイル発射実験に対して日本がとった対応は、非常に具合の悪いものだった。安倍首相は「国難突破」のもと衆議院の解散・総選挙を行ったが、このような外交上の危機を国内政治に利用するやり方は、政権を継続させることはできても、北朝鮮との間の外交・安全保障上の危機を解決することはできない。本論文では、2017 年から2018 年にかけての北東アジア情勢の展開を背景にした日本の対北朝鮮政策とそのあり得る限界を観察し、その分析を踏まえて日本に将来起こりうる安保政策の転換を分析する。
    日本首相安倍晉三於2017 年9 月25 日突然對外表示,將在臨時國會開議後(同年9 月28 日)宣布解散眾議院,並且訂於同年10 月22 日舉行大選。儘管安倍首相強調,這次解散國會是為了「克服國難」(日文是「國難突破」,安倍首相定調此次解散改選為「國難突破解散」),是為了克服日本急遽惡化的少子高齡化問題,開創國家未來,並「面對北韓威脅」,全力保障國民生命安全及和平生活。安倍首相強調,他會傾注全心全意,與全體國民共同突破。對於日本而言,這一連串的北韓核武試驗或飛彈試射事件,日本的因應措施其實是相當尷尬的。安倍晉三首相在2017 年9 月以「克服國難」為由,解散眾議院進行改選,這種以外交危機轉換國內政治利益的手段,雖然讓安倍首相得以繼續執政,可是,外交上的危機仍未化解。本文的寫作,是以2017 年到2018 年東北亞局勢發展為背景,進而觀察日本的北韓政策及其可能的侷限,並且藉此分析與預期日本未來可能的安保政策之演變。
    On September 25, 2017, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that he would disband the House of Representatives after the
    opening of the interim Congress in 3 days on September 28 and that he would start holding general elections on October 22. Despite Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s emphasis at the beginning on the latest disbandment was aimed at “overcoming the national crisis,” (or in Japanese, “a national disaster breakthrough), he later announced this change in government and re-election is a way to overcome Japan’s rapid decline in the minority population, leaving more seniors than young people, which Prime Minister has named this action as “National Crisis Disbandment.” In addition to providing a solution to the rise in seniors and decline in the later generations, this disbandment has a few other goals: to create a national future as a way to face the threats of North Korea, all the while to ensure the safety of citizens and to maintain a peaceful life. Prime Minister later emphasized that he will devote himself wholeheartedly with the people of Japan in solving these issues together. With North Korea’s recent developments in nuclear weaponry, Japan’s way of handling its relationship with North Korea is
    awkward at best due to the Prime Minister’s decision in choosing to disband the House of Representatives. This method of handling foreign affairs by restructuring the inner government only benefits the inside and the international crisis remains unsolved. This paper uses references from the Northeast Asia Development 2017-2018 as background material, observations on Japan and North Korea relations and other possible
    limitations that may arise, and uses this analysis to predict Japan’s future change and evolution in its security policy.
    Relation: 問題と研究, 第47 巻2 号, 59-92
    Data Type: article
    DOI: 10.30391/ISJ.201806_47(2).0003
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