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East Asia's Potential for Instability and Crisis: Implications for the United States and Korea (Cf-119-Capp) ebook

by Jonathan D. Pollack


Document Number: CF-119-CAPP. Series: Conference Proceedings. Pollack, Jonathan D. and Hyun-Dong Kim, ed. East Asia's Potential for Instability & Crisis: Implications for the United States and Korea, Santa Monica, Calif.

Document Number: CF-119-CAPP. RAND Corporation, CF-119-CAPP, 1995. org/pubs/conf proceedings/CF119.

At head of title: Conference proceedings. Center for Asia-Pacific Policy, The Sejong Institute. Revised versions of papers presented at a conference on "East Asia's Potential for Instability and Crisis - Implications for the United States and Korea," jointly sponsored by RAND's Center for Asia-Pacific Policy and The Sejong Institute, held at RAND, Santa Monica, Calif. on Feb. 27-28, 1995. Includes bibliographical references.

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book Book Overview. Assesses the possibilities for political, economic, or security realignment in East Asia.

Assesses the possibilities for political, economic, or security realignment in East Asia.

East Asia's Potential for Instability and Crisis: Implications for the United States and Korea, Rand, Santa . The Sino-Soviet Summit-Implications for East Asia and . Foreign Policy, The Asia Society, New York, May 1989

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The United States has generally defined its regional security interests in terms of deterring armed conflict and ensuring stability where the possibility of military hostilities persists. Korea and Japan, for example, increasingly believe that the uncertainties and risks to their national interests are too great to warrant relying on .

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East Asia has also been experiencing structural changes. Despite some progress in modernizing the . allies or partners may be forced to make a strategic choice between the United States and China. led alliance system, . bilateral alliances have been relatively static, while minilateral or multilateral organizations and institutions are advancing. The East Asia Summit (EAS), China-Japan-South Korea (C-J-K) Summit, ASEAN+ 3 (Association of Southeast Asian Nations plus China, Japan, and South Korea), and the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) have become active and are expected to expand their respective roles and areas of influence.

Despite its deficiencies, the United States (US) dollar will remain the dominant currency and Special Drawing . The 2008–2009 global financial crisis has dimmed much of the earlier hope for the multilateralized Chiang Mai Initiative

Despite its deficiencies, the United States (US) dollar will remain the dominant currency and Special Drawing Rights (SDR) cannot serve as either an international medium of exchange or a reserve currency. The 2008–2009 global financial crisis has dimmed much of the earlier hope for the multilateralized Chiang Mai Initiative. The currency swap arrangements portend a new form of international cooperation. Finally, for the Group of Twenty (G20) to matter, the systemically important countries need to ensure the stability of their financial systems and economies.

Assesses the possibilities for political, economic, or security realignment in East Asia.
East Asia's Potential for Instability and Crisis: Implications for the United States and Korea (Cf-119-Capp) ebook
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Jonathan D. Pollack
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