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Korea 1991

The Road To Peace, 1st Edition

Edited by Michael J. Mazarr


258 pages

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This book is the product of a continuing joint effort by the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses and the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies to find roads to a lasting settlement of the dangerous intra-Korean confrontation.

Table of Contents

Introduction -- The Strategic Backdrop -- Strategic Trends in East Asia -- Changes in Eastern Europe: Implications for the Korean Peninsula -- Great Power Policies Toward a Korean Settlement -- The United States: A Continuing Commitment -- The People’s Republic of China: The Primacy of Economics -- The Soviet Union: The Lure of ROK Success -- Japan: From Stability to Proaction -- The Strategies of North and South -- Seoul’s Nordpolitik -- North Korea in 1991: A Defining Moment? -- North Korea’s Relations with the United States and Japan -- The Future of ROK-U.S. Defense Cooperation -- From Extended Deterrence to Global Interdependence: The Future of U.S.-South Korean Security Relations -- ROK-U.S. Defense Cooperation in the Context of Arms Control -- Tension Reduction and Arms Control -- Prospects for Arms Control in Korea -- The Inter-Korean Arms Control Negotiations: State of Play as 1991 Began -- Inducements for Arms Control for North Korea -- International Cooperation for Tension Reduction and Arms Control on the Korean Peninsula -- Implications for Public Policy

About the Editor

Mazarr, Michael J.

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