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Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2010

11 Publications

The Rise of China and its Impact on the North Pacific Security Environment

What impact will a rising China have on the North Pacific security environment? A close examination of recent developments in Beijing’s approach to dealing with North Korea yields insights into the broader implications of China’s grow- ing role in North Pacific security affairs. While China’s relationships with other neighboring countries…

A Political Economy Approach to Northeast Asian Regionalism: From a Crisis Model to a Political Leadership Model?

The last two years have seen a series of changes affecting regionalism in North- east Asia. One category of changes has been the crises in the areas of economy and security. The first crisis is the global financial crisis that originated in the United States and that was triggered by…

Whither the KORUS FTA? The Moment of Truth

Two years and nine months have passed since Korea and the United States put their signatures on the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA). Nei- ther Korea nor the United States has yet ratified the agreement. Nonetheless, the countries’ trajectories leading to the present have been significantly different. In spite…

Divergent Consensus: Meeting the Needs of Both Sides of the Coin: A Young Leaders' Perspective on U.S.-ROK Relations

The relationship between the United States and the Republic of Korea is unique; the challenges it faces are not. Next-generation views of the ties between Seoul and Washington do not challenge the idea that the U.S.-ROK relationship con- tinues to make up one of our most valuable and valued alliances.…

The Financial Crisis in Northeast Asia and Sustainable Recovery

The three major economies in Northeast Asia have not escaped damage from the Atlantic-centered financial crisis and Great Recession. Japan has suffered the most in terms of employment and economic growth, which is ironic because it is less open to trade and investment than either Korea or China. China seems…