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Changing Korea in regional and global context

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Title: Changing Korea in regional and global context
Authors: Cho, Lee-Jay
Ahn, Chung-Si
Kim, Choong Nam
LC Subject Headings: Korea - Strategic aspects
National security - East Asia
East Asia - Foreign relations
Regionalism - East Asia
Democratization - Korea
show 5 moreEast Asia - Economic policy
East Asia - Military relations - United States
United States - Military relations - East Asia
East-West Center
Seoul National University Press

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Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Honolulu, HI : East-West Center ; Seoul, Korea : Seoul National University Press
Abstract: Contents: 1. Introduction and overview / Lee-Jay Cho, Chung-Si Ahn, Choong Nam Kim -- 2. Northeast Asia: the "organizat​ion gap" and beyond / Kent E. Calder -- 3. Democratic America in Northeast Asia: US strategy, theater missile defense, and allied relationships / Sonya Finley -- 4. The future of America's alliances in Asia: the importance of enemies or ideas? / Victor D. Cha -- 5. Strategic uses of economic interdependence / Miles Kahler -- 6. The political dynamics of US-Korean relations: an American perspective / Tong Whan Park -- 7. U.S. security commitments to South Korea and Taiwan: extended deterrence versus dual deterrence / Emerson M.S. Niou -- 8. Crisis of public confidence in democratizing Korea: a comparative perspective / Chung-Si Ahn, Won-Taek Kang -- 9. A comparison of (low) trust in Korea and Italy / In-Young Kim -- 10. The political implications of public support for democracy in East Asia / Russell J. Dalton, Doh Chull Shin -- 11. Remapping Asia: competing patterns of regionalization and regionalism / T.J. Pempel -- 12. The United States, Japan, and the power to block: the APEC and AMF cases / David P. Rapkin -- 13. The political economic of the new Asia-Pacific bilateralism: benign, banal, or simply bad? / John Ravenhill -- 14. Safeguarding economic cooperation, reform, and development on the Korea Peninsula / Joachim Ahrens --15. The technology-​institutions-​productivity nexus in the DPRK: a comparative perspective with the ROK / Youngil Lim.
Description: This volume is a product of the POSCO Visiting Fellowship Program at the East-West Center, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Book is divided into 3 parts for digitizing: Part 1 = chap. 1-7, Part 2 = chap. 8-10, Part 3 = chap. 11-15.
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Pages/Duration: 589 p.
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