Past, Present and Future of Korea-U.S. Alliance

Kim Tae-hyun
December 2006
Korea Focus;Winter2006, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p96
The article focuses on the relations and alliance of South Korea and the U.S. The author cited the two extreme views which are overstated by political process and initiated controversy in the society. Some of the views were the opposition for alliance change that has protected a country's security for the last five decades, and both countries alliance has decreased because of the requirement for formation and maintenance of the 53-year-old alliance.


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