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The U.S.-ROK alliance in the 21st century

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  • The U.S.-ROK alliance in the 21st century
  • Bae, Jung-Ho; Denmark, Abraham; Flake, L. Gordon; Lee, Choon-Kun; Fontaine, Richard; Springut, Micah; Kim, Tae-Woo, Weeks, Stanley B.; Nam, Sung-Wook; Cossa, Ralph A.; Twining, Daniel; Kim, Sung-Han
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Title The U.S.-ROK alliance in the 21st century
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Bae, Jung-Ho; Denmark, Abraham; Flake, L. Gordon; Lee, Choon-Kun; Fontaine, Richard; Springut, Micah; Kim, Tae-Woo, Weeks, Stanley B.; Nam, Sung-Wook; Cossa, Ralph A.; Twining, Daniel; Kim, Sung-Han

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Seoul:Korea Institute for National Unification

Date 2009-12
Series Title; No 민간전략대화 및 국제적 공동연구
Pages 377
Subject Country United States(Americas)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < International Politics
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Abstract

Northeast Asia is a region where the interests of several great powers are in constant flux between competition and cooperation. Such a peculiar strategic environment is reflected in the dynamics of the Korean Peninsula. Therefore, efforts to manage affairs related to the security and future of the Korean Peninsula, especially in regards to the North Korean nuclear issue, requires cooperation among a wide cast of regional and strategic players including the United States, Japan, China and Russia. Of particular importance in this equation is the United States. Since its beginning, the Myung-Bak Lee administration has worked diligently to strengthen the U.S.-ROK alliance. On June 16, 2009, the presidents of both countries adopted a common vision to broaden the scope of U.S.-ROK cooperation beyond the area of security to include politics, economics, society and culture. (The rest omitted)