The Development of a Northeast Asian Security and Economic Community

Part of the The Political Economy of the Asia Pacific book series (PEAP)


This chapter has three purposes. First, to analyze the present circumstances and to present perspectives of existing Northeast Asian Security Community. Second, to develop the three scenarios concerning the possibilities and probabilities of developing the Northeast Asian security regime.

Third, to present the implications these scenarios will provide in terms of Northeast Asian economic institutions. The economic implications are related to the economic benefits and costs/issues to be delivered from the development of the Northeast Asian Security Community in the process of three scenarios.


Foreign Direct Investment Free Trade Agreement Korean Economy Security Alliance Bilateral Free Trade Agreement 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.U.S. Department of Labor-Bureau of Labor StatisticsWashingtonUSA
  2. 2.Washington Baptist UniversityAnnandaleUSA

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