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PSECF (Policy Streams & Expert Group Standing Change Framework) for Wartime Operational Control Transition

전시작전통제권 전환에 관한 정책흐름 및 전문가집단 위상변동모형 사례분석

  • Received : 2014.05.19
  • Accepted : 2014.07.20
  • Published : 2014.07.28

Abstract

This study applies Policy Streams and Expert Group Standing Change Framework (PSECF) proposed by SangJung Park and Chan KOH to analyze the Roh's Participatory government's decision making process on the wartime Operational Control (OPCON) transition. PSECF case study's results are as follows: Strong commitments of the former president Roh Moohyun and the progressive National Security Committee (NSC) were primary drivers in the policy developing process. But military expert groups such as the Ministry of National Defense (MND) and the Joint Chiefs of Staffs (JCS) were thoroughly excluded due to their passive role against the wartime OPCON transition. After the policy resolution, the standing of expert groups changed: the standing of advocate effects, the former progressive NSC who led the wartime OPCON transition in the Roh's Participatory government, went down but the conservatives such as ROK MND and JCS improve their standing because the conservative government kicks off 8 months later from the policy decision. In conclusion, the proposed PSECF through the Roh's Participatory government's case-study is worthy as an explanatory framework for high level national policies.

Keywords

Multiple Streams Framework;Policy Community;Expert Group;ROK-U.S. Alliance Relation;Wartime Operational Control (OPCON) Transition

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 서울과학기술대학교

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