Accession Number : ADA293814
Title : Prospects for U.S.-Korean Naval Relations in the 21st Century.
Corporate Author : CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA
Personal Author(s) : Wie, Sung H. ; Kim, Chang S. ; Wood, Perry ; Carlson, David ; Yung, Christopher
PDF Url : ADA293814
Report Date : FEB 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 45
Abstract : In October 1994, the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA) and the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA) cosponsored a workshop in Seoul, Republic of Korea (ROK), to examine the prospects for United States-Korean naval relations over the next ten to 15 years. Navy and Marine Corps specialists, Asia defense analysts, and scholars of Korea attended the meeting, as did government representatives from both countries. Although discussions were not for attribution, papers prepared for the conference are available from either KIDA or CNA. The purpose of the conference was a candid exchange of views on the potential significance and nature of naval cooperation between the two countries from the present to the early decades of the 21st century. Participants examined (1) the effect of three scenarios on regional perceptions of security (continued confrontation with North Korea, peaceful coexistence between the two Koreas, and unification), and (2) South Korean and U.S. naval force structures, strategies, and types of cooperation. The participants also looked at possible measures for improving Navy and Marine Corps cooperation and at the role of multilateral security initiatives and organizations in promoting cooperation between the two navies. (MM)
Descriptors : *NAVY, *INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, NORTH KOREA, MILITARY STRATEGY, UNITED STATES, SYMPOSIA, NATIONAL SECURITY, ANTIMISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS, MILITARY DOCTRINE, ARMS CONTROL, NAVAL WARFARE, MILITARY FORCE LEVELS, COOPERATION, WORKSHOPS, ASIA, SOUTH KOREA, MARINE CORPS OPERATIONS.
Subject Categories : Government and Political Science
Military Forces and Organizations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE