Hemmings, John
March 2012
Harvard Asia Quarterly;Spring/Summer2012, Vol. 14 Issue 1/2, p87
Academic Journal
As the US and its European allies begin to reshape and adapt their foreign policies to new fiscal realities, a new grouping of states could be set to help ill the gaps. his can be seen in the field of international aid and development, where East Asian giants Japan and South Korea are contributing more to non-traditional security. Afghanistan is the unlikely setting where Tokyo and Seoul have lately been honing their aid and stabilization capabilities, blending their skills and resources in diplomacy, defense, and development.


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