Trilateral Cooperation to Strengthen Extended Deterrence in Northeast Asia
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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Building on the results of a small trilateral meeting held in Seoul in September 2013, this initiative by the Pacific Forum will help address each country’s specific questions surrounding the U.S. extended deterrent in a changing regional security environment. It will identify ways the three countries can work together to secure their national interests and reinforce that deterrent in Northeast Asia.
Performer: Pacific Forum CSIS Principal Investigator: Brad Glosserman. FY: 2014-2015
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