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A Study on the International Cooperative System for Disaster Management in Korea, China and Japan

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2006, 2(2), pp.62-73
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

Choi Byoung-Hahk 1 Lee, Jae-Hyun 1

1충남발전연구원

ABSTRACT

High level of hazard factors in the contemporary society, particularly the hazard factors in cities, often considered as national disaster and crisis, and the importance and obligation in disaster management of a state has been growing for more thorough control on the natural calamities and human disasters. Largescale of accidents arising in the world has been increasing, and the responsibility of disaster control requires global cooperation system beyond the control of a state alone. The recent occurrences of natural disasters in the Asian region have become the international issues, and the global cooperation has been demanded even more dearly. Among them, Korea, China and Japan are the major countries in the Asian region that these are the countries to resolve the international safety issued through cooperation while they are the major actors to bring out the international cooperation in the disaster control. The current international safety cooperation sys- tem is rather sporadic without cohesiveness, but the solution can be found in the certification process of international safety city, and through the joint responsive plan, led by the governments and civil communities, it would be prudent to seek plans to structure in more effective international cooperation system for Korea, China and Japan disaster control in the years to come.

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