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The Politics of Identity: History, Nationalism, an... Cover Image
Added March 29, 2007
The Politics of Identity: History, Nationalism, and the Prospect for Peace in Post-Cold War East Asia. Authored by Dr. Sheila Miyoshi Jager.
The clash between the rise of increasingly divergent nationalisms in post-Cold War East Asia represent new challenges for U.S. policy there. How might the United States respond to the history disputes and rising nationalisms in the region to promote stability and peace?
Northeast Asia--Cultural Influences on the U.S. Na... Cover Image
Added June 01, 2004
Northeast Asia--Cultural Influences on the U.S. National Security Strategy. Authored by Mr. Larry B. Rogers.
The U.S. core interests and National Security Strategy are founded on Western cultural operatives that assume all nation-states will respond to its influences in a predictable manner. Today, we no longer have the preponderance of economic or military power in the region. Tolerance of what is deemed an abrasive U.S. presence is decreasing while anti-Americanism is growing.
Paths Diverging? The Next Decade in the U.S.-Japan... Cover Image
Added January 01, 2004
Paths Diverging? The Next Decade in the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance. Authored by LTC William E. Rapp.
The author explores the changing nature of Japanese security policy and the impact of those changes on the U.S.-Japan security alliance. He begins his analysis by acquainting the reader with an insider's view of the conflicted Japanese conceptions of security policy and the various ideational and structural restraints on expanding the role of the military.
Impact of Strategic Culture on U.S. Policies for E... Cover Image
Added November 01, 2003
Impact of Strategic Culture on U.S. Policies for East Asia. Authored by Colonel Frank L. Miller, Jr..
The author, using examples from the Asia-Pacific region, illustrates the need for regional and, at times, subregional approaches to collective security. He concludes that treating these relationships from a global perspective, and thus ignoring local norms, can cause unnecessary friction.
Tacit Acceptance and Watchful Eyes: Beijing's View... Cover Image
Added January 01, 1997
Tacit Acceptance and Watchful Eyes: Beijing's Views about the U.S.-ROK Alliance. Authored by Dr. Fei-Ling Wang.
Professor Wang Fei-ling examines the future of the U.S. ROK alliance from China's perspective. He suggests that China's current preoccupation with its domestic agenda and relatively conservative foreign policy seek to maintain the status quo in Northeast Asia. Dr. Wang's warning that a sharp shift in China's Korea policy is possible has significant implications for U.S. interests.