America's Commitment to South Korea: The First Decade of the by Joo-Hong Nam
By Joo-Hong Nam
The publication analyses the strategic cause of the yank protection dedication to South Korea within the mild of the palpable failure of containment approach in Indo-China. through the Seventies the quandary confronting successive American administrations was once that, when wishing to keep up their outdated dedication to South Korea, that they had no wish to preside over one other Vietnam. army dedication and political aid have been inevitably disengaged, and the Nixon doctrine served as either the top and the technique of containment method in Asia. The examine identifies the crucial stipulations that experience motivated altering American views on South Korea, and examines many of the common difficulties of collective protection within the sector. distinctive within the direct engagement of China, the Soviet Union and the us, the safety place of South Korea bears without delay upon the success of peace and balance all through East Asia.
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