Anti-Americanism in East Asia: Analyses of college students’ attitudes in China, Japan, and South Korea

  title={Anti-Americanism in East Asia: Analyses of college students’ attitudes in China, Japan, and South Korea},
  author={Young Choul Kim and Ho-keun Yoo},
  journal={International Area Studies Review},
  pages={42 - 56}
In the last decade, negative attitudes towards the United States have increased throughout the world. Though the United States and East Asian countries have relatively had harmonious relationships, anti-Americanism is still prevalent for various reasons. In spite of China’s increasing economic interdependence with the United States, the country is succeeding to its long history of anti-Americanism. Although Japan and South Korea have been considered pro-United States allies since the Korean War… Expand
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