Effect analysis of U.S. military aid to the Republic of Korea
Choi, Tae Young
McGonigal, Richard A.
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During the last forty years, the U.S. and Korea have maintained a close and friendly relationship. Especially on the military side, the U.S. has dedicated much to Korean military development. The U.S. has also played the role of constrainer to keep North Korea from attacking South Korea. On the other hand, because of Korean economic development and improvement of its self defense capacity, that relationship has begun to change. So, through this paper, we will show the changing procedures of U.S. policy in aid to Korea including military support. Also, even though very few people think negatively about the U.S. -Korean relationship, we will describe the need for continued U.S. assistance to Korea; how it is in the interests of both countries to work together and to review what the U.S. has done for Korea, how they have changed, and what the future problem is most likely to be.
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