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|Title:||LOCAL PERCEPTIONS OF THE U.S MILITARY PRESENCE IN NORTHEAST ASIA||Authors:||REUBEN NATHAN HINTZ||ORCID iD:||orcid.org/0000-0001-5000-5799||Keywords:||Alliances, Strategic Culture, Subcultures, Japan, South Korea, China||Issue Date:||29-Mar-2018||Citation:||REUBEN NATHAN HINTZ (2018-03-29). LOCAL PERCEPTIONS OF THE U.S MILITARY PRESENCE IN NORTHEAST ASIA. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The following analysis of Japan, South Korea, and China finds three competing subcultures which span the spectrum of domestic opinion toward U.S. foreign policy in Northeast Asia. The Rationalist-Realists argue that the American presence has created stability which has benefitted all parties involved and want to maintain the status quo. Assertive Moderates believe that the U.S. security agreements in Asia have not kept up with global power shifts and seek to significantly change them. And finally, the Nationalists who are vehemently opposed to the American presence.||URI:||https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/153045|
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