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The shape of Korea's future : South Korean attitudes toward unification and long-term security issues

Author: Norman D Levin; Center for Asia-Pacific Policy (Rand Corporation); Rand Corporation.
Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : Prepared for the Korean Foundation [by] RAND, 1999.
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South Koreans are moving beyond both the historical and Cold War legacies in their thinking about Korea's long-time security. This major conclusion, which emerges from this report analyzing South Korean attitudes toward unification and long-term security issues, is bolstered by additional findings suggesting potentially significant movement in almost all areas of South Korea's traditional security perspectives. This  Read more...
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Levin, Norman D.
Shape of Korea's future.
Santa Monica, Calif. : Prepared for the Korean Foundation [by] RAND, 1999
(DLC) 99490730
(OCoLC)42387448
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Norman D Levin; Center for Asia-Pacific Policy (Rand Corporation); Rand Corporation.
ISBN: 0585163847 9780585163840 9780833043498 0833043498
OCLC Number: 44963278
Notes: "Center for Asia-Pacific Policy."
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 48 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction --
ch. 2. Survey findings --
ch. 3. Conclusions and implications.
Responsibility: Norman D. Levin ; foreword by Yong-Sup Han.

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South Koreans are moving beyond both the historical and Cold War legacies in their thinking about Korea's long-time security. This major conclusion, which emerges from this report analyzing South Korean attitudes toward unification and long-term security issues, is bolstered by additional findings suggesting potentially significant movement in almost all areas of South Korea's traditional security perspectives. This includes significantly reduced South Korean security anxieties and increased confidence in Korea's place in the regional and global orders. It also includes greater hesitance about reunification, markedly altered attitudes toward Japan, increased discernment about the role of the U.S.-Republic of Korea (ROK) alliance, and heightened uncertainty about the long-term value of the U.S. regional military presence. Such attitudes could have important implications for both U.S. policy and U.S.-ROK security relations.

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