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

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Index
In this index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "57-59." passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence.
Abandonment, 37, 199, 255n12; asymmetrical structure of, 46, 48, 54, 101, 133, 135, 139, 200, 206; behavior and, 43, 260n78; bluffing, 44, 265n41; concerns about, 38, 48, 255n21, 156n30; cooperation and, 79, 200, 206; entrapment and, 47-48; fear of, 2, 4, 38-60 passim,85, 89, 115, 133, 135, 162, 178, 200f, 209, 231; friction and, 207, 213; impact of, 50, 58; influences on, 40, 43; Japan and, 50-54, 58, 68-73, 107-8, 109, 116, 146f, 152, 154, 166, 192, 229; Japan-ROK relations and, 98-99, 202, 205; mutual, 44, 258nn48, 49; quasi-alliance model and, 203; ROK and, 50-58 passim,64-67, 73, 100-101, 110-14, 117, 142, 146-54 passim, 166, 173, 191, 229; symmetrical structure of, 46-47, 200, 206; by U.S., 57, 60, 64-67, 72, 73, 79, 85, 89, 93, 100-101, 107-13, 115, 133, 135, 142, 146, 153, T66, 180, 190, 192, 197, 200, 214, 230
Abe Shintaro, 191, 196
Abe Sukuya, 274n149, 325n106
ABM, see Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty
Adachi Tadashi, 250n56
"Admiration-enmity" complex, 20
Adversary game, 39
Advisory Defense Council Report for Japan, 209-10
Agency for Defense Development, 83, 113
Agnew, Spiro, 66, 69, 265-66n45
Agreed Framework, 211f
Aichi Kiichi, 267n62, 270n92, 272n123; EC-121 incident and, 68; economic cooperation and, 96; Korea clause and, 78; North Korea and, 84; Okinawa and, 75; on peacekeeping responsibilities, 70; troop reductions and, 71, 79
Akihito, Prince/Emperor, 16, 196, 198, 326n130; apology by, 227, 245n21, 333n80
Alignment, 4, 255n21, 258n52; abandonment/entrapment and, 40; gradations of, 37
Allen, Richard: Kim Dae-jung and, 321n65
Alliance game: abandonment/entrapment fear in, 54, 260n78; dynamics of, 45-48; strategies in, 43-45; threats/promises and, 202
Alliances, 45; commitment to, 38, 42-43; international relations and, 37; obligations and, 40; security and, 40f; structure and, 204; tightness/looseness of, 37
Alliance theory, 2-3, 5; foreign-policy behavior and, 38; Japan-ROK and, 57; quasi-alliance model and, 4
An Chang-gun, 326n123
Ando Toyoroku, 250n56
Angolan Resolution ( 1975), 148

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Table of contents

  • 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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