Politics of North-East Asia: Past and Present


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This course is devoted to a study of the political systems and international relations of North-East Asian states, namely Japan, China, Russia, Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea). Through lectures and class discussion you will learn about politics in the region, taken as not only the sum total of its constituent states but also as a regional order in the making and a part of the global system of international relations. Our key concern is international and regional security and therefore we will explore the evolving role of the United States as a security guarantor for Japan and South Korea, as well as China's ongoing dispute with Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Brunei over the Spratly Islands.

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