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The Inevitable Stalemate: A Two-Level Game Analysis of the Futenma Base Relocation in Okinawa
불가피한 교착상태: 오키나와현 후텐마 기지 이전에 대한 투 레벨 게임 분석

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Authors
다니엘
Advisor
Park, Cheol-Hee
Major
국제대학원 국제학과
Issue Date
2017-08
Publisher
서울대학교 국제대학원
Keywords
OkinawaU.S.-Japan AllianceFutenmaHenokoTwo-Level Game Analysis
Description
학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 국제대학원 국제학과, 2017. 8. Park, Cheol-Hee.
Abstract
Ever since the 1995 Okinawa rape incident, the relationship between Okinawa and Japan and the United States has soured. Hoping to amend local discontent, in 1996, both governments agreed on relocating Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to Camp Schwab, Henoko bay within five to seven years. Interestingly, the two-decade old agreement to establish the Futenma Relocation Facility on Henoko bay has not occurred. Although the societal, environmental and security concerns regarding the Okinawa base problem are not completely ignored, existing literature fails to analyze and circumvent the reasons behind delay.
This thesis contributes to debate by addressing why the Henoko relocation has stalled for the past twenty years. Loosely applying Putnams Two-Level Game Analysis, this thesis will present the argument that the United States of America and Japan, believing that security takes precedence over Okinawa interest, knowingly engaged in negotiations given the poor prospects in Okinawan consent. Negotiations were determined to be time consuming and difficult from the beginning due to the low win-set as revealed by initial Okinawan resistance.
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/137525
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