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Military Alliances and Reality of Regional Integration: Japan, South Korea, the US vs. China, North Korea

Military Alliances and Reality of Regional Integration: Japan, South Korea, the US vs. China, North Korea

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East Asian military security is of overarching importance in the economic integration and prosperity in this region. This study analyzes how South Korea and Japan consider the U.S. as a military ally in the context of the China-North Korea alliance by using the iterative Seemingly Unrelated Regression(SUR) method in estimating defense goods demand functions. The findings are that Japan considered the U.S. to be a closer ally than the U.S. did during 2000~2005 and South Korea may regard the U.S. as a closer ally than vice versa. The U.S. regards Japan as a closer ally than Korea. South Korea’s demand for defense goods has not been increased by the threat from the China-North Korea alliance but American and Japanese demand has recently been increased by the threat, implying that South Korea has not regarded the China-North Korea alliance as a significant threat whereas that Japan and the U.S. have recognized the military alliance as a serious one.

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. The Basic Theory

Ⅲ. The Data

Ⅳ. The Importance of the United States to its Allies

Ⅴ. Conclusions

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