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 Part One: The Strategic Backdrop 1. Strategic Trends in East Asia 2. Changes in Eastern Europe: Implications for the Korean Peninsula Part Two: Great Power Policies Toward a Korean Settlement 3. The United States: A Continuing Commitment 4. The People's Republic of China: The Primacy of Economics 5. The Soviet Union: The Lure of ROK Success 6. Japan: From Stability to Proaction Part Three: The Strategies of North and South 7. Seoul's Nordpolitik 8. North Korea in 1991: A Defining Moment? 9. North Korea's Relations with the United States and Japan Part Four: The Future of ROK-U.S. Defense Cooperation 10. From Extended Deterrence to Global Interdependence: The Future of U.S.-South Korean Security Relations 11. ROK-U.S. Defense Cooperation in the Context of Arms Control Part Five: Tension Reduction and Arms Control 12. Prospects for Arms Control in Korea 13. The Inter-Korean Arms Control Negotiations: The State of Play as 1991 Began 14. Inducements for Arms Control for North Korea 15. International Cooperation for Tension Reduction and Arms Control on the Korean Peninsula 16. Implications for Public Policy