By Any Other Name? The Camp David Summit, US-Japan-South Korea Trilateral Security Cooperation and Military Alliances

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Abstract

Key issues

*The Camp David trilateral agreements constitute a consultation pact, a type of a military alliance.
*The direct and immediate effect of consultation pacts is to foster closer military coordination and more durable cooperation among allies, but pacts of this nature can sometimes also pave the way for a stronger military commitment to each other.
*There is surprisingly strong support for an alliance between Japan and South Korea from the public in both countries, and this may be an under-appreciated cause of improved trilateral security cooperation.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Volume2024
No.1
Specialist publicationCSDS
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jan 2024

Bibliographical note

ISSN (online): 2983-466X

Keywords

  • alliance
  • security

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