Do the Ties Still Bind?: THe U.S. ROK Security Relationship by Norman D. Levin
By Norman D. Levin
The us and South Korea take pleasure in many advantages shape shut safety cooperation however the courting, even supposing no longer presently endangered, is moving.
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Also frees up Korean defense resources for other purposes. S. to pick up some of the short-term readiness requirements for dealing with the North Korean threat, for example, Korea has been able to focus its military modernization program in recent years on longer-term objectives related to Korea’s future regional role. S. military withdrawal would have on Korean defense spending. S. role in ameliorating the effects of Korea’s budgetary strains should not be underestimated. Although Korea’s economic _____________ 5 Victor Cha, “Focus on the Future, Not the North,” The Washington Quarterly, Winter 2002–03, p.
Forces and consolidating them in fewer bases. Indeed, South Koreans appear to generally support this part of the planned realignment. Rather they have to do with three other aspects of the plan. One has to do with the question of timing. S. force reductions while the nuclear issue remains unresolved with North Korea. Some believe that instituting such reductions in the absence of broader changes in North Korea will only strengthen Pyongyang’s refusal to deal with South Korea as a legitimate negotiating partner on security issues and weaken Seoul’s position vis-à-vis Pyongyang.
Share in South Korean exports and imports, moreover, continues to decline. S. S. share had fallen to less than half of that. S. took less than 20 percent of Korea’s merchandise exports and supplied less than 15 percent of Ko_____________ 9 Some of these items have been reinstated in MND’s draft budget request for 2004, although prospects for their approval remain uncertain. ,” The New York Times, January 3, 2003 (online edition). S. continues to play a major role affecting South Korean economic prospects.