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The future of U.S.-Korea-Japan relations : balancing values and interests / edited by Tae-hyo Kim and Brad Glosserman ; foreword by Sang-Woo Rhee
Bib ID 3354839
Format BookBook
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Description Washington, D.C. : CSIS Press, c2004 
xxii, 218 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0892064544
Series

Significant issues series ; v. 26, no. 8

Summary

"The North Korean nuclear stalemate poses a stark challenge to tripartite security relations among the United States, South Korea, and Japan. How the North Korean issue is managed will redefine the security relationship among the three countries. In particular, how and to what extent the United States, South Korea, and Japan collaborate in the six-party talks (along with China and Russia) will demonstrate whether the trilateral process can play a constructive role in managing the security environment in Northeast Asia.".

"This book does not argue for stronger security ties among the three countries based solely on a shared understanding of the threats posed by North Korea. Nor does it look toward containment of a rising China or resurgent Russia for its strategic rationale. Rather, the authors argue for broadening the foundation on which the three nations' ties rest. A better understanding of the complex weave of interests and values that binds the United States, South Korea, and Japan will stabilize the relationships and make them more resilient and adaptable to future developments."--BOOK JACKET.

Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: Table of Contents
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Limits and Possibilities of ROK-U.S.-Japan Security Cooperation: Balancing Strategic
  • Interests and Perceptions
  • Tae-hyo Kim
  • 2. The Current State and Future Prospects for Trilateral Security Cooperation
  • Michael McDevitt
  • 3. Trends and Prospects of Trade Liberalization in Northeast Asia: Economic
 
Notes

Edited papers from a conference held in Honolulu, 2002.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects United States -- Foreign relations -- Korea (South)  |  United States -- Foreign relations -- Japan.  |  Korea (South) -- Foreign relations -- United States.  |  Korea (South) -- Foreign relations -- Japan.  |  Japan -- Foreign relations -- United States.  |  Japan -- Foreign relations -- Korea (South)  |  United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-  |  Korea (South) -- Politics and government -- 1988-2002.  |  Japan -- Politics and government -- 1989-  |  U.S.-Korea-Japan relations
Other authors/contributors Kim, Tʻae-hyo, 1967-  |  Glosserman, Brad  |  Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.)
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