International Journal of
KOREAN STUDIES

ISSN 1091-2932

Volume XVI, Number 2 · Fall/Winter 2012

Publisher's Pages and Introduction of Contributors

U.S. Policy toward the Two Koreas after The U.S. and ROK Elections in 2012

1

Doug Bandow

China's Korea Policy after the 2012 Leadership Transitions in Asia and America

24

Gordon G. Chang

America’s Pacific Power and Pacific Alliances in an Age of Austerity

51

Michael O’Hanlon

The Kim Jong-Un Regime’s Survival Strategy and Prospects for the Future of North Korea

81

Hong Nack Kim

Developments in the North Korean Asymmetric Threat: Missiles and Electronic Warfare

107

Bruce E. Bechtol, Jr.

The Russo-Korean Cooperation for Natural Resources: The Prospect of the Trans-Siberian Gas Pipeline Project

130

Jin W. Mok and Sung Gul Hong

The United States and East Asian Regionalism: Competing Paths to Integration

159

Claude Barfield

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