In what way does the new preeminence of the United States affect its relations with key countries in East Asia and Latin America as well as what takes place within those countries? This conference will focus on the impact of the United States on international and comparative economic, political, and military issues, including democratization and anti-terrorism in specific regional contexts. There will be specific papers on Brazil, Cuba, China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan as well as on regionalism in East Asia and Latin America, all in the context of relations with, and the impact of, the United States.
EAI and WCFIA published a book titled Between Compliance and Conflict (Routledge, 2005) based on the conference.
Organizers: East Asia Institute and WCFIA (Harvard University)
President Byung-Kook Kim (EAI)
Dr. Jong-Young Choi