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   5.31? 오호...



예상대로 한나라당의 압승으로 끝났고, 우리당은 깨질지 모르는 지경에 이르렀고, 신문에는 5.31의 결과를 놓고 온갖 분석, 분석, 분석... 김대중 정부 이후 진보정권 8년만의 몰락으로 평가하는가 하면... 그래도 전반적인 보수화로 치닫겠느냐고 반신반의하는 평가도 있고... 그러면 민노당 케이스는 뭐냐? 면서 반론을 제기하기도 하고... 애고...

결국 앞으로 1년 반 후의 대통령 선거가 한국의 운명을 결정하는 중요한 선택 포인트가 될 텐데...라면서 또 분석, 분석, 분석... 미국에 와 있으면서 느끼는 것이 우리나라 사람들의 전반적인 정치적 식견이 대단하다, 웬만한 사회과학도는 명함도 못 내밀겠다는 것입니다. 제 경우만 보더라도...사회과학을 공부한답시고 한게 15년도 넘은 것 같은데 아직도 저는 정치적 주제에 관한 대화에 전혀 끼어들지 못하고 있습니다. ㅠ.ㅠ

이라크전 문제에서 한미 FTA, 노무현 정부의 부동산 정책, 보수-진보 이념구도...등등에 관해 한국분들과 얘기할 기회가 있을때 마다 제가 깜짝 깜짝 놀랍니다. '오호... 이러다가 내가 밥을 굶겠구나... 공부 열심히 해야겠다...ㅠ.ㅠ'

이런 생각에 사로잡혀 며칠을 보내다가 그래도 뭔가 제 생각을 적어봐야 겠다고 생각했습니다. 이번 5.31에 대한 관전평이나 분석들 중에 제게 가장 인상깊었던 대목은 고건 前 총리의 코멘트였습니다. 사람들이 별로 신경쓰지 않을 코멘트임에도 차기 대선 후보가 한 말이니까 잠깐 신문에 났더군요. 고건氏 왈 '지방자치 하자고 선거하는데 중앙정치의 영향력이 너무 컸다' 넵. 제 생각에도 이번 선거는 노무현 정권에 대한 심판이었지 지방의 일꾼을 뽑는 선거의 의미는 거의 없었다고 생각합니다. 지방자치의 취지가 완전히 무색해지는 대목입니다. 오죽하면 영남지역에서 후보자가 실종되었는데 한나라당이라는 이유만으로 당선이 되었겠습니까? 씁쓸한 대목입니다. (가족들이 실종신고 했다는데 그 아저씨 무사히 가정으로 돌아오시길 바랍니다)

암튼 지방자치 시작한지 이제 11년이 되었는데 아직도 우리는 1960년대 미국의 어떤 학자가 한국 정치에 대해서 한 코멘트에서 크게 벗어나지 못하고 있는 것 같습니다. 한국, 소용돌이(vortex)의 정치... 주변의 모든 이슈와 견해들이 모두 한곳으로 빨려들어 갑니다. 소용돌이의 중앙으로요...

우리 의식 속에는 '일사분란'한 것에 대한 흠모가 깊이 자리잡고 있는 듯 합니다. 제가 지난 학기 Dr. Rohr 수업(넵, 그 할아버지 수업 또 들었습니다)에 제출했던 짧은 에세이를 첨부합니다. 학자들이 국가 위기관리 시스템을 디자인 하는데 있어서도 일사분란한 시스템 구축에 몰두한 나머지 자치의 기반을 위협할 수 있다는 논조였습니다. 행정학자들 사이에 공공연히 위기관리 시스템에 관한한 미국에서 배울게 없다는 말이 돕니다. 그러면서도 실제로는 FEMA, Department of Homeland Security를 모방하고자 하더라. 그런데 재밌는 것은 미국 시스템의 근간이 되는 Federalism의 전통에 대해서는 언급을 자제 or 회피하고 있는 듯 하더라... 요런 생각이었습니다.

글 써서 먹고 살 수 있을까요...ㅎㅎ


Debates about Disaster Management Systems: A comparison of debate issues between the U.S. and Korea

Recognizing the importance of establishing a comprehensive agency to take charge of disaster management, Korean government reorganized its disaster management system following the U.S. experiences and learning, with a particular focus on the role that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) plays in natural disasters. Korean government established the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in 2004. Some scholars see that the establishment of the NEMA can be regarded as the first full-blown effort of the Korean government to build an emergency management system.
In the meantime, scholarly efforts to create a disaster management system in Korea have been focused on the issue of structural integration.  That is, they delve into the question of how Korean government can consolidate fragmented disaster relief efforts in different bureaucratic agencies. They simply argue that consolidation of organizations is the best way to accomplish the fundamental mission. Some scholars like Cho argue that the Korean version of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should be established in the manner of the U.S. system.  In my opinion, this argument seems to ignore the federalist tradition of the U.S. That is, they only see the establishment of an integrated national agency, but do not take under consideration U.S. federalism. Many scholars do not consider the on-going debates in the U.S. about disaster management systems. In this essay, I will discuss the differences in framing the disaster management arguments between the U.S. and Korea. In so doing, I will focus on the problems of the debates in Korea and try to draw implications from them.
From an organizational perspective, DHS and FEMA are definitely an embodiment of integrated emergency management systems. This is the only reference point of many Korean scholars’ arguments. However, there is another aspect. That is, the operation of DHS and FEMA also embodies the federalist principle and the self-government tradition.  The federalist principle is absent in Korea and self government is relatively new.  Carafano and Weitz argue that “homeland security and disaster management are national missions, not just federal missions.” Thus, they argue that the guiding principles of organizing these missions should follow federalism. The responsibilities and authorities of local government, state governments, and federal government should be allotted in accordance with federalism.  Even though they use the terms “national” and “federal” missions somewhat differently- they try to mean, for example, that federal missions are responsibilities confined to federal government -they correctly designate the constitutional principle regarding the operation of the government. Their conclusion is that grass-root response should be the foundation of national efforts in securing the homeland and in organizing disaster relief activities.
Federalism as a guiding principle of the operation of the government has long tradition in the U.S. Since the Constitutional Convention, federalism has been a major issue and its interpretation has varied as time progressed. In The Federalist No. 39, James Madison argued that the Constitution has both national characteristics and federal characteristics. He used the term “national” character to designate a consolidation of the states as opposed to the federal character, which saw the union as a confederacy of sovereign states. In The Federalist No. 45, Madison wrote, “The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite.”
Many of the debates on the operation of the U.S. government stem from the dualistic character of the Constitution. Even the opinions of the U.S. Supreme Court have oscillated between emphasizing the national character of the Constitution and the recognition of the cooperative nature of federalism. On-going debates on homeland security and disaster management follow the same line of argumentation. The questions are “how can we promote the coordination of each governmental activity, while assuring the tradition of self-government?” And “How can we interpret federalism in solving this specific problem?”  Much of the criticism toward the President Bush’s recent comments about a broader role for the Armed Forces in disaster relief originates from this line of reasoning. That is, the most important value is the constitutional principle rather than expected efficiency which might be attained by using military as the first responder in disaster relief efforts.
This is the aspect that many Korean scholars fail to recognize. My observation about the current debates in Korea is that many scholars and practitioners try to assign all responsibility and authority to the central government. Admittedly, establishing an integrated emergency management system has some benefits, however, additional measures should be taken considering Korea’s limited experience in local self-governance. Indeed, Korea’s experience of local self-governance is still in its infancy because full-blown local self government was instituted in 1995. Because of the military authoritarian regimes’ prohibition (1961-1992), the development of Korean local self government has been stalemated since 1961, the year of the coup d’etat and President Park’s assumption of power.  This year is the eleventh year since the establishment of self-government in Korea.
Again, the concept of local autonomy or self-government is a completely alien concept throughout the history of Korea. The Chosun Dynasty (1392-1910), the most recent Korean dynasty, developed centralized traditional bureaucracy using the Confucianism as its ideological foundation. During the Japanese occupation era (1910-1945), Japan tried to use a modern form of bureaucracy as a tool for exploitation and war mobilization. Even after the Independence (1945), Korean society could not promote local autonomy because of the Korean War (1950-1953) and following military regimes (1961-1992). In this context, G. Henderson (1968) pointed out the sweeping nature of Korean politics. In the seminal book, Korea: the Politics of the Vortex, Henderson reported on the centralization and the lack of pluralistic character of Korean society.
Thus, Korea always has additional tasks when it comes to adopting western systems; the first task is to adopt the system itself, another task is to understand the social context of that system’s operation in western society. Therefore, importing the U.S. experiment of establishing integrated emergency management systems also needs to perform these two tasks. Otherwise, it might be harmful to the development of democracy in Korea. This is so because establishing integrated emergency management systems might reinforce the historical centralizing tendency of the Korean government and will shrivel the potential of local autonomy. Nevertheless, none of the scholarly efforts and policy debates I know of shed light on this aspect. Almost all discussions provide a rationale for integration and focus on the strategies of overcoming interdepartmental conflicts when it comes to the consolidation of fragmented agencies. Scholars seem to be dismissive of the fact that promoting local autonomy is critical to the development of Korean democracy.
In fact, the disaster management systems of the Korean government demonstrate a somewhat fragmented nature. Korean disaster management systems consist of the following; The Emergency Planning Commission (EPC) takes charge in war-time preparedness and the National Emergency Management Agency’s (NEMA) responsibility is peace-time disaster management. There are also other organizations such as the Safety Planning Team (SPT) and Critical Infrastructure Protection Team (CIPT) under the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs (MOGAHA). By the way, all of these organizations are under the control of the National Security Council (NSC) the chair of which is the President. Many scholars recommend a consolidation of the EPC, NEMA, SPT, and CIPT. Also, they argue that this integrated organization should be elevated to the level of a ministerial agency like DHS in the U.S (Cho, 2005).
What then are their assumptions about the operation of governments in arguing for consolidation of those agencies? As mentioned earlier, they do not pay much attention to the mode of operation. However, one can infer their line of reasoning; first, the consolidated central government agency will prepare comprehensive preparedness plans and reaction plans for every type of emergency. Second, the central government agency can impose the implementation responsibilities of those plans to localities. Then, they assume, all will be well.
These are naive assumptions. They show how deeply the centralization preferences are ingrained. However, the most dismal thing is that many local governments welcome the idea of establishing a consolidated central government agency because they will have only one supervising agency in the future. Scholars and practitioners criticize sectionalism and the existence of silos within the central government bureaucracy.  This, from their perspective, is the major obstacle to the consolidation of fragmented agencies.
Reviewing the on-going debates on the establishment of integrated emergency management system reveals the lamentable conundrum of Korean democracy and self government. Despite the continuing democratization efforts, uniformity is still cherished when it comes to discussing specific organization and systems design. In this regard, I argue that scholars and practitioners should pay more attention to the federalism debate in the U.S. rather than merely trying to imitate the formalistic organizational setting. It is because Korea must satisfy the needs of promoting local self government and the quest for integrated emergency management systems simultaneously. Therefore, if a scholar argues only the necessity of establishing a Korean version of DHS and fails to refer to its operational and practical foundation in federalism, he shirks his responsibility as a scholar.
A closer look at the operation of the U.S. disaster management system reveals that grassroots response is still the most cherished value in framing the disaster management system. The federal government role promotes those collaborative efforts without imposing a predetermined plan. Despite recent brouhaha caused by hurricane Katrina and the failure of disaster management systems, American intellectuals do not argue that centralization might solve all those problems that transpired. Korean scholars need to offer consideration of this to practitioners and citizens when they argue the necessity of a consolidated agency.
Federalism is one of the most valued principles in the history of democracy in the U.S. Korea should learn from the American experience even though it is impossible to change her regime following the federal principle of the U.S. Indeed, the most important lesson is not the importation of a specific governance system such as the disaster management system. The most important lesson is how the federalism operates in the U.S. political system and how the principle promotes the grassroots democracy and self-government.


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이렇게 장문의 영어를 올려놓으면 어쩌란말야? ^^   2006/06/03

Boo
자세히 읽어보면 엉성한데 많어... 그리고... 미국 들어오기 전에 영어 공부 이빠이 해야돼. 나의 전철을 밟지말어...ㅠ.ㅠ    2006/06/03

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이 곳에 쓰인 Boo님의 글 잘 읽고 있답니다.
논리적이면서도 건조하지 않고, 간간이 유머와 허를 찌르는 촌철살인까지...^^
공부도 열심히 하시고, 리냐님과 아이들의 자상하고 따뜻한 대장 노릇까지,
정말 너무 완벽하신 거 아니에요?^^
  2006/06/03

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아이구... mirae님두 참... 캄사합니다. 어줍잖은 글도 읽어주시고, 격려도 해 주시고... ㅎㅎ   2006/06/04

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