East Asia's Potential for Instability & Crisis: Implications for the United States and Korea, Volume 119

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Jonathan D. Pollack, Hyun-Dong Kim
RAND, Jan 1, 1995 - Political Science - 247 pages
Revised versions of papers first presented at a conference jointly sponsored by RAND's Center for Asia-Pacific Policy and the Sejong Institute in Santa Monica, California, in February 1995. The papers fall into five categories: China's future, regional military capabilities, future international economic arrangements and trends, the future of the U.S.-Korean alliance, and the future of U.S.-Japan relations. The papers find much cause for optimism, although the analyses highlight a wide spectrum of possibilities and contingencies that could develop in a broader process of political, economic, and security realignment. There are also some more negative scenarios.

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