Author: George Christofer EhrhardtPublish On: 2002
There are almost certainly to be ovo constants in U . S . policy towards Northeast Asia in the predictable future . One is our alliances with Japan and South Korea .
The other is the need for engagement - - of some kind - - with China and North ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed ServicesPublish On: 2011
... of the committee , it is a privilege to appear before you today to discuss the
security situation on the Korean Peninsula and our alliances in Northeast Asia . ...
Our alliance with Japan is a cornerstone of our strategic engagement in Asia .
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on Asia and the PacificPublish On: 2005
For a variety of reasons , it would appear that great power rivalries are on the rise
in Northeast Asia , with its attendant potential to create uncertainty and foster
regional instability . Attentive American concern , robust engagement and steady
leadership are vital if peace ... Our treaty - based alliances with Japan and South
Korea have long been integral to American policy toward Northeast Asia .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
Publisher: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Category: East Asia
Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on East Asia and the PacificPublish On: 2001
Regional Trends and U.S. Interests : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on East Asia and the Pacific of the Committee on International Relations, House ... The
US - ROK Alliance Across a range of criteria that determine the functional
success of a military alliance , the US - ROK alliance has done well . ... Engagement is only credible to the target state when it is undergirded by robust
defense capabilities .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on East Asia and the Pacific
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific AffairsPublish On: 2014
Security and Defense, Cooperation and Challenges : Hearing Before the
Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs ... This year marks the 60th
anniversary of our alliance with the Republic Korea , a linchpin of security and
prosperity in Northeast Asia . ... Building on our successful counterterrorism
partnership with the Philippines , we are expanding our security engagement to
focus on building the ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs
American Interests After more than a century of engagement American interests
in East Asia remain relatively consistent . ... With Japan it is essential to forge a
more balanced alliance with a decreasing reliance on the security component
and an increasing ... With a change in the Pyongyang regime or reunification on
the peninsula , Washington should expect to further reduce its forces in Northeast Asia .
Complicating America ' s strategy of comprehensive engagement , however , is
Taiwan . ... O Two important bilateral security alliances in Northeast Asia — the
US - Japan alliance and the US - South Korea security relationship — underpin
Author: Xavier Anthony Furtado
Publisher: Yuchengco Center for East Asia de La Salle University
of de facto Taiwanese participation, allow a central role for Japan in regional
security fora and place the issue of a ... define the terms of engagement, which is
somewhat surprising given the strength of the US alliance system in Northeast Asia.
Author: Mingjiang Li
Category: Political Science
This new Major Work is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive index, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context. It is destined to be valued by scholars, students and researchers.
Alliance Politics While the Keating - Evans blueprint for constructive engagement
with Asian neighbours was pursued ... ASEAN , or the Northeast Asian Security
Dialogue , and suggested that the bilateral ANZUS was no longer a relevant ...
Author: James Cotton
With the end of the Cold War, Australian foreign relations stand at a crucial juncture. What role should the alliance with the United States play ina region dominated by the rise of Asia, and in a world in which security is understood as much in terms of economic potential as of armaments? How much reliance should be placed on global regimes, and what part should Australia play in the formation of Asia-Pacific collaborative arrangements? This volume details the response of the Australianforeign policy making community to the challenges facing the country as it looks to the 21st century. Comprehensive accounts are provided of Australias defence policy, Australias policies on disarmament and arms control, Australias place in the world economy, Australias contribution to dealing with international environmental problems, and Australias vital bi-lateral relationships. The major focus of the book is on Australias policy of engagement with Asia. For the past five decades, the Australian Institute of International Affairs survey series, Australia in World Affairs, has been regarded as the authoritative account of Australian foreign policy making. This volume continues that tradition, and will be of interest to students of international relations, political science, history, and Asian studies.
... environmentalism , and left - of - centre utopian strategic concepts ( if they can
actually be called that ) which are suffused with a " stop - the - world - I - want - to
- get - off " sort of naivete , Australia also engaged in some serious rethinking .
Author: Edward A. Olsen
Category: ANZUS Security Treaty (1951)
The anti-nuclear policies of New Zealand have caused major changes in ANZUS and each member state's relationships with the other two. Differences between New Zealand and the United States over nuclear policy persist and are likely to remain a sore point bilaterally. There is little prospect of ANZUS returning to the status quo ante. Against that background it is important for Americans to understand why New Zealanders adhere to their policies and grasp why those policies, and the rationale behind them are relevant for alliance cohesion in Northeast Asia. Keywords: International relations; Nuclear weapons policies; Political alliances. (EDC).
For more detailed discussions of the U . S . - ROK alliance , see Terence Roehrig
, From Deterrence to Engagement : The ... The United States and South Korea :
An Alliance Adrift , ” both in The Future of America ' s Alliance in Northeast Asia ...
Author: Uk Heo
Category: Political Science
Analyzes the changing security implications for the Korean peninsula given North Korea's recent nuclear test, Japan's increasingly aggressive posture, and China's rapid military growth.
On the other hand , China demands that Japan ' s military role in Northeast Asia
be reduced in order subtly to oppose Japan ... Due to several diplomatic steps
the Japanese government took within the framework of the US - Japan alliance ,
the ... Should the United States not prevent a dispute over Taiwan , as Barry
Buzan and Ole Waever predict , the credibility of US engagement in Asia would
be lost .
Author: Martina Timmermann
Category: Political Science
With the threat of a nuclear North Korea, constant tensions in the Taiwan Strait, and growing posturing over resource-rich territories, how can lasting peace, order, stability, and prosperity be achieved in Northeast Asia? Globalization and China's galloping economy have caused radically different economic growth rates, resulting in constant fluctuations in the balance of power among the nations of Northeast Asia. With new emerging threats to security as well as those posed by environmental degradation and disasters, the old concept of sovereign independence no longer offers satisfactory solutions for Northeast Asia. Alternatives are needed that provide more plausible answers to the region's emerging challenges. Institutionalizing Northeast Asia advances the notion of regional institutionalism as a counterweight to the principle of sovereignty. The contributors argue that cooperation through regional institution-building is the best way to deal with the growing intertwinement of global issues and developments and the needs and interests at the regional and national levels. A unified regional voice could also answer the demand for supra-territorial policy responses to such issues as trade, finance, the environment, human rights, and human security.
The second scenario is a change in the relative preeminence of China and the
United States in East Asia . ... Third , a change in the United States ' China policy ,
such as a move from the alliance - based engagement policy to a policy based ...
14 For South Korea , military deterrence provides the security for engagement
with North Korea 4 * * Roger Handberg ... Bates Gill , “ Proliferation and the U . S . Alliances in Northeast Asia , " Columbia International Affairs Online Working ...
Author: Hanʼguk Chŏllyak Munje YŏnʼgusoPublish On: 2001
It will prefer a conditional appeasement policy and engagement policy that put
emphasis on “ verification and results ” to a ... Second , like the Clinton
administration it will attach importance to traditional alliance relations , but it is
planning to ...
( 3 ) Bush Administration ' s foreign policy · toward Northeast Asia : Emphasis
placed on Japan - U . S . alliance out of ... China and North Korea , too , have
always included both deterrent and engagement elements to deal with
Introduction Despite the end of the Cold War , countries in Northeast Asia are still
on a Cold War footing . ... After the Japanese colonial rule ended , there were two
local wars that were waged with the participation of Super Powers ; one is the
Korean War and the other is ... Though US military presence is undergoing
gradual changes , the basic security alliance and defence strategy remains the
Therefore, U.S. political, economic and security engagement in Asia designed to
support U.S. interests will be effective only to the extent that ... With Japan, it is
essential to forge a more complete alliance with decreasing reliance on the
security component and increasing ... Korea or the reunification of the peninsula
takes place, the United States should expect to further reduce its forces in Northeast Asia.
National Interests in the post - Cold War era A. US National Interests in Northeast Asia : Engagement and Enlargement Even ... In terms of engagement , for
example , the US seeks to modernize and strengthen its alliances and 46 47 See
Asia - Pacific shared destiny when he traveled to Japan and Korea in July 1993
— his first trip overseas as President . ... Our efforts to promote greater stability
have taken three forms : strengthening our alliances , deepening our engagement with China , and enlarging the ... With our ally , South Korea , we are
working to reduce the tensions on the Korean Peninsula that threaten all of Northeast Asia .