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Hwachun, Yanggu: Peace For Power And The Power Of Peace

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The road to the Peace Dam is an immaculate area with an endless view of mountains, fog rising, and beehives clinging to rocks. When the author first visited the Peace Dam, it was nothing but a ruin. The Peace Dam blocked the value of labor, the cycle of nature, and the leap of the spirit of peace for unification. Since the Peace Dam was used as a means to achieve an erroneous goal, we are embarrassed to use the word in the first place. It is no different from requesting or pressuring less developed countries to disarm under the pretext of inertia of security and peace. The battle field of the peace era is a confrontation between peace for maintaining power and power derived from peace. The peace for maintaining power is not a production of the modern age but of the pre-modern age.

Keywords: peace; Peace Dam; power; unification



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