The United States and East Asia: Past and Future

  • Shale Horowitz


Chapter 1 focused on how regime changes have interacted with international and domestic events to change national identities and foreign and security policies in the China-Taiwan and Korean conflicts. This concluding chapter looks at U.S. foreign and security policy in the East Asia region. It reviews the historical development of U.S. policies, summarizes current and future challenges, and discusses policy responses.


Military Spending Economic Sanction Nuclear Program Military Buildup North Korean Regime 
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    For background, see Peter Hays Gries, “China’s ‘New Thinking’ on Japan,” China Quarterly 184 (2005): 831–851.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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