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Diverging Trajectories of Trust in Northeast Asia: South Korea’s Security Relations with Japan and China
Published June 7, 2012
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Most studies of contemporary Northeast Asian security focus on the U.S. interaction with China, Japan or South Korea and are concerned with aspects of national power.1 The present chapter takes a more intra-regional and sociological approach, examining trends in mutual trust within Beijing and Tokyo’s security relations with Seoul.2 Focusing on ROK-China and ROK-Japan relations has advantages in addition to covering new ground.3 These relationships present interesting points of comparison as they address similar security environments in different ways.

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