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Future of ROK-US alliance : Asan-CSIS strategic dialogue

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With the recent change in leadership in North Korea, and political changes upcoming in South Korea, China, and the United States, much in the Northeast Asian region is in flux. Participants in the Asan Strategic Dialogue on the “Future of ROK-US Alliance” – hosted by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in partnership with the CSIS – therefore agreed it is time to refocus debate on ROK-US Alliance, or the Alliance, and explore instructive prescriptions for the governments that will be in place in South Korea and the United States by the beginning of 2013. The North Korean provocations of 2010 redirected attention in South Korea to tactical military responses to such provocations and away from larger strategic visions. However, the future of the Alliance faces urgent strategic concerns, including South Korea and the United States’ shared interest in “managing and shaping” the rise of China, an issue that will also influence the nature of the US “pivot” to Asia. Assessing strategic visions for the Alliance is also crucial to determining the causes and implications


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Title Future of ROK-US alliance
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Asan-CSIS strategic dialogue

Material Type Reports
Publisher

[Seoul]:The Asan Institute for Policy Studies

Date 2014-07
Series Title; No Asan Report
Pages 119
Subject Country United States(Americas)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < International Politics
Holding The Asan Institute for Policy Studies; KDI School

Abstract

With the recent change in leadership in North Korea, and political changes upcoming in South Korea, China, and the United States, much in the Northeast Asian region is in flux. Participants in the Asan Strategic Dialogue on the “Future of ROK-US Alliance” – hosted by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in partnership with the CSIS – therefore agreed it is time to refocus debate on ROK-US Alliance, or the Alliance, and explore instructive prescriptions for the governments that will be in place in South Korea and the United States by the beginning of 2013. The North Korean provocations of 2010 redirected attention in South Korea to tactical military responses to such provocations and away from larger strategic visions. (The rest omitted)