U.S.-Korea Relations at a Crossroads as Koreans Tilt Away From U.S

Halloran, Richard
June 2005
World & I;Jun/Jul2005, Vol. 20 Issue 6/7, pN.PAG
Focuses on the speculations on whether the South Korean government will revive its alliance with the U.S. or dissolve joint security treaty discussed at a gathering of scholars and government officials. Indications of the imminent collapse of the alliance; Rationale for the attitude of South Koreans towards the U.S.; Factors that should motivate the U.S. to disengage from the Korean Peninsula according to a meeting participant.


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