Northeast Asia during & after the cold war

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1. Project Review

1.1. Summary of Project

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2.1. The basic issues of differences between Korean and American history, perspectives that conflict with historical views between China and Korea are dismissed and forgotten.

2.2. The anti-communism of leaders like President Park Chung-hee also led to the dismissal of historical differences with the United States in the grievances of the Korean people.

2.3. After the cold war Korea was isolated, surrounded with serious problems

2.3.1. making an invasion unthinkable, even as new dangers emerged from nuclear weapons and arrows fire to this country.


3.1. In 1950, The Chinese Communist Party sweeping aside history, especially Confucianism leaving China backward and ill prepared to rise up and modernize

3.2. During the cold war: history had little place except as part of anti-imperialist rhetoric in pursuit of revolutionary. Deng Xiaoping redirected China onto the path of reform socialism

3.3. Climate change, he Chinese insisted that the Western industrialized were responsible for the costs of new global environmental initiatives.

3.4. Blame outside interference, raise concerns about human rights

3.5. Rising from forging exclusive regionalism in an East Asian community

3.6. Accuses the industrialized states of irresponsible ravaging of our common heritage

3.7. Renew its denunciation of the unjust world order that evolved in modern times.


4.1. Since 1945, U.S. leadership in Northeast Asia has been based on shared values as well as military might.

4.2. The Korean War led South Koreans to embrace communism or the US-led "free world" bloc

4.3. President Barack Obama in November 2009 emphasized the common interests and values of the United States

4.4. After the Cold War, China's rise to create exclusive regionalism in the East Asian community

4.4.1. the United States needs to realize that in order to pursue a coherent strategy that can contain China

4.5. With the call for Obama to visit Hiroshima winning hearts in Japanese diplomatic circles

4.5.1. the debate over World War II is also heating up

4.6. The revival of "Sinocentrism"

4.6.1. makes the unilateral leadership of the US need to take a closer look at cooperation with Japan and Korea


5.1. In 1950, preparations for the Francisco Peace Treaty

5.2. 1895 – 1945 concern centered on Japanese revisionism

5.3. During the cold war, the Yoshida Doctrine called on Japan to rely on U.S leader – ship in order to give priority to economic development

5.4. Leader (Abe Shinzo) emboldened to raise the profile of history disputes.

5.5. 2005, the Japan scope has widened, deeply implicated in the United States.