A New Alliance for the Next Century: The Future Of U.s.--korean Security Cooperation

Paperback | January 3, 1996

byDaniel S. Goldberg, Y. K. Cha

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Reviews the history and present status of the U.S.-ROK alliance and assesses its future development.

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Could the 38th Parallel - the last remaining Cold War frontier - collapse as did the Berlin Wall? Many observers believe that significant change between North and South Korea is only a matter of time and that Korean unification - whether it occurs abruptly or over time - is all but certain. In that event, the United States and the Repu...

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Reviews the history and present status of the U.S.-ROK alliance and assesses its future development.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:75 pages, 9 × 6.04 × 0.25 inPublished:January 3, 1996Publisher:Rand Corporation

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ISBN - 10:0833023500

ISBN - 13:9780833023506

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Could the 38th Parallel - the last remaining Cold War frontier - collapse as did the Berlin Wall? Many observers believe that significant change between North and South Korea is only a matter of time and that Korean unification - whether it occurs abruptly or over time - is all but certain. In that event, the United States and the Republic of Korea will have to reexamine the longer-term basis of their alliance and the need for continued security cooperation. A New Alliance for the Next Century seeks to contribute to the reexamination of the U.S.-ROK security relationship. In this collaborative effort of RAND and the Korea Institute of Defense Analyses, the two research teams intensively review the past history and present status of the U.S.-ROK alliance and assess the alliance's future development in light of regional and local challenges. The authors identify a range of outcomes based on alternative models of the future U.S.-ROK security relationship and offer a framework for evaluating the suitability, feasibility and flexibility of their security-planning alter