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Asia's Slippery Slope
Published August 20, 2014

This PDF is the full publication and contains all of the following sections:

KEI Board of Directors
KEI Advisory Council
About the Korea Economic Institute of America
Preface by KEI President & CEO Donald Manzullo

South Korea's Triangular Relations

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • Japan-South Korea-U.S. Relations
    Sue Mi Terry, Columbia University
  • The Seoul-Beijing-Tokyo Triangle: Terra-centric Nordpolitik vs. Oceanic Realpolitik
    Sung-Yoon Lee, Tufts University
  • China-South Korea-U.S. Relations
    Gilbert Rozman, Princeton University
  • Russia, China, and the Korean Peninsula
    Alexander Lukin, Russian Foreign Ministry & Valery Denisov, MGIMO University

National Identity Approaches to East and South Asia

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • Japan’s National Identity Gaps: A Framework for Analysis of International Relations in Asia
    Gilbert Rozman, Princeton University
  • National Identity and Attitudes Toward North Korean Defectors
    Jiyoon Kim, Asan Institute
  • Bridging the Chinese National Identity Gap: Alternative Identities in Hong Kong and Taiwan
    Syaru Shirley Lin, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Identity and Strategy in India’s Asia-Pacific Policy
    Deepa M. Ollapally, The George Washington University

Divergence on Economic Regionalism

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • Asia-Pacific Regional Economic Integration: U.S. Strategy and Approach
    Matthew Goodman, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • Japan and Regional Integration Dominoes: Golden Opportunity or Another Political Failure?
    Takashi Terada, Doshisha University
  • Korean Bridge: Balancing Asian Economic Regionalism Between the United States and China
    Jin Kyo Suh, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP)
  • China’s Choice: To Lead or to Follow on Asian Economic Integration
    Xiaotong Zhang, Wuhan University Centre for Economic Diplomacy (WHUCED)

New Thinking on Diplomacy Toward North Korea

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • South Korea's Search for a New Diplomatic Strategy Toward North Korea: Trustpolitik as a Goldilocks Approach?
    Shin-wha Lee, Korea University
  • What to Do about North Korea
    Mark Fitzpatrick, International Institute for Strategic Studies
  • Purge of Jang Song-Taek and its Impact on China’s Policy Toward North Korea
    Zhu Feng, Peking University & Nathan Beauchamp-Mustafaga, U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission