Bumpy Road to Long-term Pro-Americanism

Nak-Chung, Paik
September 2004
Korea Focus;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p13
Comments on the issue of the alliance of a unified Korea and the U.S. Importance of the alliance of Korea with the U.S.; Contention of the author that a rift with the U.S. will cause serious consequences; Suggestion of the author for a need to keep distance from the narrow-mindedness of demonizing the U.S. or the mistake of underestimating its strength.


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