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Asia's Uncertain Future: Korea, China's Aggressiveness, and New Leadership
Published September 3, 2013
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  • KEI Board of Directors
  • KEI Advisory Council
  • Preface

Bilateral Competition and Cooperation Under New Leadership

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • The United States and China
    Robert Sutter
  • China and Russia
    Sergey Radchenko, University of Nottingham
  • South Korea and Japan
    Cheol Hee Park, Seoul National University
  • South Korea and the U.S.
    Scott Snyder, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

China's National Identity and the Sino-U.S. National Identity Gap: Views from Four Countries

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • The Debate Inside China
    William Callahan, University of Manchester
  • The View from Japan
    Ming Wan, George Mason University
  • The View from South Korea
    See-Won Byun, George Washington University
  • The View from Russia
    Gilbert Rozman, Princeton University

CJK Economic Trilateralism: The Prospects and Perils of a New FTA

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gil Rozman
  • The Chinese Perspective
    Scott Harold, RAND Corporation
  • The South Korean Perspective
    Chang Jae Lee, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP)
  • The Japanese Perspective
    T.J. Pempel, University of California, Berkeley
  • The U.S. Perspective
    Claude Barfield, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)

Prospects and Challenges for Korean Reunification

  • Introduction by Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Rozman
  • Competing Regional Interests and reunification
    John Park, Harvard University
  • South Korea's Unification Policy and Prospects
    Ho-Yeol Yoo, Korea University
  • Understanding Peaceful Reunification: Its Dynamics and Challenges
    Abraham Kim, Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI)
  • Contributors
  • About Korea Economic Institute of America

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