Security relationships in Northeast Asia have remained largely unchanged since the end of the Cold War. In this year’s Special Annual Issue of Comparative Connections, we argue that cracks are appearing in the Cold War façade. In the 21st century, China-ROK-U.S. relations will shape the future direction of Northeast Asia, the Korean Peninsula, and the prospects for cooperation, conflict, and competition.
PacNet #41 – China-ROK-U.S. Relations and Regional Security in Northeast Asia
October 3, 2003