Alignment despite Antagonism: The United States-Korea-Japan Security Triangle

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Abbreviations
DSJP Daily Summary of the Japanese Press, U.S. embassy
EIB Export-Import Bank
embtel embassy telegram
FBIS Foreign Broadcast Information Service
FEER Far Eastern Economic Review
IECOK International Economic Consultation Group on Korea
JCF Japan Country File
KCF Korea Country File
KCIA Central Intelligence Agency ( ROK)
KPT Korea Press Translations
LDP Liberal Democratic Party ( Japan)
memcon memorandum of conversation
MITI Ministry of International Trade and Industry ( Japan)
MOFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs ( ROK)
NSC National Security Council
NSCC North-South Coordinating Committee
NSF National Security File
OECD Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
PPPUS Public Papers of the President of the United States
ROK Republic of Korea ( South Korea)
SCAP Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers
SCC U.S.- ROK Security Consultative Conference
SDF Self-Defense Forces ( Japan)
septel State Department telegram

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • Map and Figures xii
  • Tables xiii
  • A Note to the Reader xiv
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction: the Puzzle and Its Importance 1
  • One - The Enigma of History 9
  • Two - The Argument: Quasi Alliances 36
  • Three - Cooperation Under the Nixon Doctrine, 1969-1971 59
  • Four - Detente and the Heightening Crisis, 1972-1974 100
  • Five - Vietnam and the Carter Years, 1975-1979 141
  • Six - The 1980s: Evolution and Friction During the Reagan Years 169
  • Conclusion: Quasi Allies or Adversaries in the Post -- Cold War Era? 199
  • Appendix 233
  • Reference Matter 241
  • Notes 243
  • Works Cited 335
  • Index 359
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