US Think Tank: Korea-US Alliance To Remain Key Stabilizing Force After Unification

Write : 2015-12-26 15:38:41 Update : 2015-12-26 16:52:42

US Think Tank: Korea-US Alliance To Remain Key Stabilizing Force After Unification

A U.S. think tank has predicted that the South Korea-U.S. alliance will continue to serve as a key stabilizing force during and after the unification of the Korean Peninsula. 
 
The Center for a New American Security, based in Washington, released a report earlier this month titled "Solving Long Division: The Geopolitical Implications of Korean Unification." 
 
In the analysis, the center laid out three possible scenarios for a unified Korea, closer ties with China and Asia, continued tight security relations with the United States, or a “Hermit Kingdom” strategy that focuses on integrating the peninsula.
 
The report, written from the U.S. perspective, noted that the U.S. would encourage a unified Korea to maintain alignment with the U.S. and to further its emergence as a middle power that takes on larger global responsibilities.
 
It emphasized that if Korea became unified, the U.S. would have an interest in a continued alliance and that such an alliance could serve as a key stabilizing force in the region.


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