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The Supply Side of SecurityA Market Theory of Military Alliances$
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Tongfi Kim

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780804796965

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804796965.001.0001

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Case Studies of Domestic Politics and Alliances

Case Studies of Domestic Politics and Alliances

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(p.123) 6 Case Studies of Domestic Politics and Alliances
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The Supply Side of Security
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Tongfi Kim

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804796965.003.0006

In this chapter, the author conducts a “structured, focused comparison” of the US alliances with Japan, South Korea, and Spain with respect to domestic opposition to alliance cooperation, the leader’s attitude toward the alliance, the leader’s vulnerability, and intra-alliance bargaining. The case studies explain why a leader matters in intra-alliance bargaining and why it is important to analyze the leader’s attitude and vulnerability in combination. The chapter also shows that a state tends to receive less benefit from its alliance as its state resources increase, even though its influence in the alliance tends to grow with its capability. The final section discusses the implications of the findings as well as future research agendas.

Keywords:   leaders, domestic opposition, United States, Japan, South Korea, Spain, bargaining power

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