Korean Attitudes Toward the United States: Changing Dynamics

@inproceedings{Steinberg2015KoreanAT,
  title={Korean Attitudes Toward the United States: Changing Dynamics},
  author={David I. Steinberg and Robert L. Gallucci},
  year={2015}
}
Foreword, Robert L. Gallucci Introduction Anti-American Sentiment in the Korean Context, David I. Steinberg Part I. Global, Regional, and Comparative Perspectives 1. Anti-Americanism in the Age of American Unipolarity, G. John Ikenberry 2. Pacific Co-Prosperity? The San Francisco System and Its Implications in Comparative Perspective, Kent E. Calder 3. Anti-Americanism in Japan, Brad Glosserman 4. A Japanese Perspective on Anti-Americanism, Yoichi Funabashi 5. Unilateralism and Its Discontents… Expand
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