The US-South Korea Alliance: Meeting New Security ChallengesScott Snyder, editor
|2012/293 pages/LC: 2011043124 |
How can the United States and South Korea best cooperate to address new security challenges? Can the US-ROK alliance serve to advance South Korea's interests and at the same time help the US to more effectively pursue its own global and regional security objectives? In the context of these questions, the authors explore the possibilities for enhanced cooperation in both traditional and nontraditional spheres.
The chapters, all organized around a common set of questions, address issues ranging from counterterrorism, military affairs, and nuclear nonproliferation, to the environment, pandemics, and biological threats, to peacebuilding, development assistance, and humanitarian aid. In each chapter, the authors consider the capacities and potential for cooperation on both sides, assess the corresponding challenges, and propose new forms of collaboration.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Scott Snyder is senior fellow for Korea studies and director of the Program on US-Korea Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations. He is author of China's Rise and the Two Koreas: Politics, Economics and Security, Negotiating on the Edge: North Korean Negotiating Behavior, and coeditor (with L. Gordon Flake) of Paved with Good Intentions: The NGO Experience in North Korea.
- Expanding the US–South Korea Alliance—S. Snyder.
- The Maritime Relationship—M. McDevitt.
- Counterterrorism—K. Shepard.
- Nuclear Nonproliferation—F. McGoldrick.
- Outer Space—J.C. Moltz.
- Pandemics and Biological Threats—J.L. Schoff.
- Climate Change—H. Chang and L. House-Peters.
- Peacekeeping—B.Y. Hwang.
- Postconflict Stabilization and Reconstruction—M.J. Finnegan.
- Development Assistance and Humanitarian Aid—E.P. Reed.
- Will the Current Joint Vision Hold?—S. Snyder.