Presents the arguments for and against a continued long-term US military presence in Korea and Asia, and explores different possible force structures for US forces after unification, concluding that, after Korean unification, the US military deployment will be vital for Korean security.
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Robert Dujarric is a research fellow in the national securities department at Hudson Institutes Washington, D.C. office. Dujarric, who joined Hudson Institute in 1993, currently researches Northeast Asian security and European affairs.
From 1989 to 1993, he was an associate in the mergers and acquisitions department at Goldman Sachs International Limited in London. Previously he was an investment banker with the First Boston Corp. in New York and a consultant to the investment banking department at First Boston Limited in New York, Madrid, and Tokyo.
Dujarric holds an MBA from the School of Management at Yale University and a bachelors degree in government from Harvard University.
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He is coauthor with William E. Odom of Commonwealth or Empire? Russia, Central Asia, and the Transcaucasus (Hudson Institute, 1995) and principal author and editor of Korea: Security Pivot in Northeast Asia (Hudson Institute, 1998). He coauthored, with Gary L. Geipel, Hudson Executive Briefing Europe 2005: The Turbulence Ahead and What It Means for the United States (1995) and four Hudson Briefing Papers: Russia and the Islamic Threat (January 1994); America and Europe: The Risks of Isolationism (October 1994); Taiwan and East Asian Security (February 1996); and Toward a Coherent U.S. Policy in Northeast Asia (July 1996). He has also contributed articles to Strategic Review, Commentaire, Roll Calls Asia Policy Briefing, International Politics and Society, and the Los Angeles Times.
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