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KCI등재 학술저널

U.S. Security Interests in East Asia

The U.S. has several security goals in East Asia. In practice, they involve resolving North Korean nuclear dilemma, helping China to evolve into a democracy, reducing growing China-Taiwan and Sino-Japanese tensions, and allaying anti-American sentiment in South Korea. In its efforts to solve these problems, the U.S. should rely on the principle of defensive, not offensive, realism because the threats in the region are not yet so grave as to challenge American primacy and still manageable with dialogue, negotiation, and cooperation before applying coercion.

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. China and Taiwan Question

Ⅲ. The Sino-Japanese Conflict

Ⅳ. The Two Koreas

Ⅴ. U.S. Goals and Approaches

Ⅵ. Policy Directions

Ⅶ. Concluding Remarks

References

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