Análisis de la amenaza de Corea del Norte en la modificación de políticas de Seguridad y Defensa de Japón (2003-2013)
Olaya Saavedra, Rodrigo Andrés
This research aims to analyze how military actions made by North Korea have changed the Security and Defense policy of Japan since 2003. Furthermore, it tries to analyze how those actions taken by the regime in North Korea have led Japanese State to increase its military power, improving their self-defense forces. Likewise, the research project will analyze how the North Korean threat has created within Japanese government the idea for making an offensive army and the use of nuclear energy for weapons purposes. This is not forgetting that the military increase has not changed the pacifist aim of the Japanese security policy for solving problems. Finally, the research project will use the theories of constructivism and regional security complex in order to see how the North Korean threat has been built and understanding the security dynamics between Japan and North Korea.