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Sino-US strategic game on the Korean Peninsula

Author LiLingChao
Tutor WangFan
School Foreign Service Institute
Course International relations
Keywords Korean Peninsula Sino-US strategic Game Theory
CLC D822.371.2
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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Korean Peninsula due to its special natural location , the complex geopolitical relations , and thus has a special geostrategic value , to become the country compete for land . The situation on the Korean peninsula has been volatile since the end of the Cold War , and a serious threat to the security and stability of Northeast Asia , and even the Asia-Pacific region as a whole . However, due to the special communication between China and the Korean Peninsula National Historic , and the United States after the Cold War have huge influence on the Korean Peninsula affairs , and the United States on the Korean peninsula strategic game , largely determine the the future trends of the situation on the Korean Peninsula . Therefore , if we can find out , the US strategic game stability on the Korean Peninsula , interactive predictable patterns of behavior , both for China and the development of the situation on the Korean Peninsula , as well as the security and stability of Northeast Asia as a whole , have a its significance. Thus, this paper seeks to leverage the basic principles of game theory , to sort out in the United States each on the basis of the strategy on the Korean Peninsula , through the analysis of the pros and cons of the two countries in the interests of the Korean peninsula strategic game , build strategic game in the United States on the Korean Peninsula abstract model to take to find out , the stability of the U.S. strategic game , interactive predictable patterns of behavior , and then come to the situation on the Korean Peninsula in the future likely trends .

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