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The Japan-South Korea identity clash : East Asian security and the United States / Brad Glosserman and Scott Snyder
Bib ID 6893508
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Glosserman, Brad, author
 
Description New York : Columbia University Press, [2015] 
xi, 218 pages ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9780231171700 (hardcover) (alkaline paper)
0231171706 (hardcover) (alkaline paper)
Series

Contemporary Asia in the world.

Full contents
  • The Japan-South Korea divide
  • Japan's identity crisis
  • South Korea's growing confidence
  • Japan-Korea relations : convergence and alienation
  • Implications for alliance management
  • Reinvigorating trilateralism.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Group identity -- Political aspects -- Japan.  |  Group identity -- Political aspects -- Korea (South)  |  National characteristics, Japanese.  |  National characteristics, Korean.  |  Japan -- Foreign relations -- Korea (South)  |  Korea (South) -- Foreign relations -- Japan.  |  United States -- Foreign relations -- Japan.  |  Japan -- Foreign relations -- United States.  |  United States -- Foreign relations -- Korea (South)  |  Korea (South) -- Foreign relations -- United Staes.
Other authors/contributors Snyder, Scott, 1964- author
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