タイトルAsia’s Alliance Triangle: US-Japan-South Korea Relations at a Tumultuous Time (Asan-Palgrave Macmillan Series)
著者・編者;Gilbert Rozman 編集
出版社;Palgrave Macmillan
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781137541703
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Drawing together articles from the new online journal The Asan Forum, commissioned from leading experts in the USA, Japan, and South Korea, this book reconsiders what we thought we knew about the three legs of this alliance triangle.

著者について

Choi Kang, Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security, Korea J. Berkshire Miller, Pacific Forum CSIS, USA Bong Young-shik, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, Korea Daeong Hyun, Korea Maritime Institute Park Cheol Hee, Seoul National University, Korea Koichi Nakano, Sophia University, Japan Yamaguchi Noboru, National Defense Academy of Japan Yuichi Hosoya, Keio University, Japan Lee Chung Min, Yonsei University, Korea Kiichi Fujiwara, Tokyo University, Japan Sheila A. Smith, Council on Foreign Relations, USA Thomas C. Hubbard, McLarty Associates, The Korea Society, USA Dennis Blair, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, USA Nakanishi Hiroshi, Kyoto University, USA Gi-Wook Shin, Stanford University, USA Kim Jiyoon, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, USA Gilbert Rozman, The Asan Forum, Korea

目次

Acknowledgments 
Introduction 
PART I. THE US-ROK ALLIANCE AT 60 YEARS 
  • 1. Synopsis of the Asan Washington Forum 2013: The Enduring Alliance: Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of ROK-US Relations, Parts 1 and 2; Gilbert Rozman . 
  • 2. Retrospect and Prospect of the ROK-US Alliance at 60 and Beyond; Choi Kang 
  • 3. Synopsis of the Asan Seminar: Managing ROK-US Relations; Gilbert Rozman 
  • 4. Synopsis of the Asan Institute, Pacific Forum CSIS Conference on US-Japan-ROK Triangular Relations; J. Berkshire Miller 
PART II. JAPAN-ROK RELATIONS UNDER STRESS 
  • 5. ROK and US Views on the Foreign Policy of the Abe Administration; Bong Young-shik 
  • 6. Japan's Defense Reforms and Korean Perceptions of Japan's Collective Self-Defense; J. Berkshire Miller 
  • 7. Korea-Japan Relations under Deep Stress; Park Cheol Hee 
PART III. JAPAN'S EMERGING NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY 
  • 8. Complacency and Indecisiveness in Japan's New One-Party Dominance and Foreign Policy; Koichi Nakano 
  • 9. Evolution of Japan's National Security Policy under the Abe Administration; Yamaguchi Noboru 
  • 10. Japanese Politics concerning Collective Self-Defense; Yuichi Hosoya 
PART IV. OBAMA'S MEETINGS WITH ABE AND PARK IN MARCH AND APRIL 2014 AND U.S-JAPAN RELATIONS IN LATE 2014 
  • 11. Circling the Square: History and Alliance Management; Lee Chung Min 
  • 12. Rebalancing and Entanglement: America's Dilemma in East Asia; Kiichi Fujiwara 
  • 13. President Obama and Japan-South Korea Relations; Sheila A. Smith 
  • 14. State of the Rebalance; Thomas Hubbard 
  • 15. U.S.-Japan Relations: Do We Share the Same Values and View of History? Dennis Blair, A U.S. Perspective; Nakanishi Hiroshi, A Japanese Perspective; and Bong Young-shik and Daeong Hyun, A South Korean Perspective; Dennis Blair, Nakanishi Hiroshi, Bong Young-shik, and Daeong Hyun 
PART V. JAPANESE AND KOREAN NATIONAL IDENTITY 
  • 16. National Identities, Historical Memories, and Reconciliation in Northeast Asia; Gi-Wook Shin 
  • 17. National Identity under Transformation: New Challenges to South Korea; Kim Jiyoon 
  • 18. A National Identity Approach to Japan's Late 2013 Foreign Policy Thinking; Gilbert Rozman 
  • 19. Review Article: Civilizational Polarization and Japan; Gilbert Rozman 
  • 20. Realism vs. Revisionism in Abe's Foreign Policy in 2014; Gilbert Rozman 
  • List of contributors 
  • Index